Title IX (sexual violence, sexual harassment or gender discrimination)
Each category below contains detailed information that may be used as general resources related to Title IX.
If you or someone you know is the victim of sexual harassment, sexual violence/assault, or domestic violence/intimate partner violence, please use the resources to the right of this section. IF THIS IS AN EMERGENCY DIAL 911.
USF System Title IX Resources
If you are the victim of a crime, the University of South Florida is ready to assist you in the manner that you determine is best for you. If you desire confidentiality, there are campus and community resources that will respect that decision.
Additional Title IX resources and services are available in the surrounding areas.
External Title IX Resources
The following links provide quick access to common Title IX related resources.
As a part of the University of South Florida's commitment to ongoing Title IX education prevention, and other community campaigns the following links provide information to support student, staff and faculty involvement.
Title IX Printed Resources
The following section provides approved DIEO Title IX printed resources for use as needed.
Title IX Committees
Ex-Officio Officer the Associate Vice President for Diversity and Equal Opportunity Charge: The Title IX committee is formally charged with advising the President of the University on matters relating to the University's compliance with Title IX Education Amendments of 1972. These deal with nondiscrimination on the basis of sex in education programs and activities receiving or benefiting from federal financial assistance. Specifically, the commit