The University of Toledo is committed to educational and working environments that are free from sex discrimination, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, or retaliation. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX) is a federal law that prohibits sex discrimination.The University’s policies are consistent with the requirements of Title IX, Title VII, as well as relevant state laws.
The University encourages the reporting of sexual misconduct (including sex discrimination, sexual harassment and sexual assault) or retaliation that may occur in its programs or activities, to ensure that the University has an opportunity to address prohibited conduct. Reports may be made by completing a complaint form or by contacting one of the Title IX deputies listed below.
If you are a student, faculty or staff member who believes you have been subjected to sexual misconduct which includes sex discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual violence, sexual assault, conduct that exploits another person in a sexual and non-consensual way (such as voyeurism and non-consensual recording), stalking, dating violence, domestic violence, and indecent exposure or retaliation, please submit complaints in writing to a Deputy Title IX Coordinator.
UToledo Title IX Policy
Please see the UToledo Title IX Policy for complete policy information.
Title IX Resources
For more information about Title IX, please see the following resources:
- UToledo Title IX Office: This page provides information regarding Title IX reporting, resources, and more at the University of Toledo.
- UToledo Title IX Sexual Misconduct Information: This page provides specific information and resources as they relate to sexual misconduct.
For questions about Title IX, please contact:
Title IX Office
Snyder Memorial 1120