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Title IX Office Flyer (UPDATED) - Basic information about contacting the Title IX Office

Know Your Rights, Resources and Options (UPDATED/EXPANDED) - Available options for reporting and support services

Title IX Policy Summary - One-page summary of key provisions of the HU Policy Prohibiting Sex and Gender-Based Discrimination, Sexual Misconduct and Retaliation

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Understanding Title IX (Infographic) - A one-page guide to understanding Title IX and the complaint and adjudication process under Howard University's Policy Prohibiting Sex and Gender-Based Discrimination, Sexual Misconduct and Retaliation (Title IX Policy).

Title IX Adjudication Process (Infographic) - Flow chart (excerpted from the above) illustrating the complaint and adjudication process under Howard University's Policy Prohibiting Sex and Gender-Based Discrimination, Sexual Misconduct and Retaliation (Title IX Policy).

Privacy and Confidentiality - Howard University is committed to protecting the privacy of all individuals involved in a report under the Title IX Policy. Learn about your right to privacy and the important distinction between privacy and confidentiality.

Policy Prohibiting Sex and Gender-Based Discrimination, Sexual Misconduct and Retaliation - Howard University's revised Title IX Policy, effective August 14th, 2020 

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Responsible Employee Reporting Obligations - Describes the Title IX reporting obligations of Howard University employees

HU LGBTQ+ Community Title IX Q&A - Describes and reaffirms the HU Title IX Policy's protections against sex/gender-based discrimination for all members of our community

HU Student Organization Title IX Q&A - Guidance for student organizations on responding appropriately to allegations involving members

Syllabus Statement - A brief statement about Title IX and related faculty reporting obligations that can be included in course syllabi

Howard University Title IX Comment Letter - Submitted to the US Department of Education in response to proposed changes to Title IX (January 2019)

What to Know about Key Changes to Title IX and Howard University's Policy (August 2020) - A brief summary of recent changes to the federal regulations and Howard University's new Policy Prohibiting Sex and Gender-Based Discrimination, Sexual Misconduct and Retaliation

Where to Report Other Forms of Discrimination and Harassment

Contact the Title IX Office at:
Phone: 202-806-2550
Email: TitleIX@howard.edu
Location: Johnson Administration Building, Suite G06
Street Address: 2400 6th Street NW, Washington, DC 20059