T he Department of Education's Title IX regulations have always required that institutions designate someone on campus to coordinate Title IX compliance. The April 4, 2011, Dear Colleague Letter ("DCL") formalizes the Title IX Coordinator's role, and confirms its importance to the entire campus community.

Title IX Coordinators are responsible for overseeing all of an institution's Title IX compliance efforts. This includes gender discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation, sexual assault, and athletics. These are significant responsibilities. To be effective, Coordinators should be well versed in the procedures, policies, and training mechanisms in place for addressing campus sexual harassment, sexual violence, and the law's unique application to athletics. It is crucial that Title IX Coordinators receive appropriate training to successfully handle the position's multiple responsibilities.

Join us for this seven-week course designed specifically for campus Title IX Coordinators and other administrators with Title IX responsibilities. Taught by experienced NACUA member attorneys, this course is a high-quality, affordable and convenient way for Title IX Coordinators to learn key responsibilities, including:

  • Dear Colleague Letter compliance
  • Understanding sexual harassment and violence
  • Conducting prompt and effective investigations
  • Complaint handling
  • Hearings, adjudications and appeals
  • Due process and student codes
  • Notice and training obligations
  • Best practices in athletics

The course costs $299 for the first registrant from an institution. Additional registrants from the same institution can register at a discounted rate of $199! Participants will receive a certificate of attendance at the end of the course. REGISTER TODAY!

Questions? Contact Cait Coster at cmc@nacua.org