What is Title IX?
Title IX is a federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in educational programs and activities. Sex discrimination encompasses all forms of sexual violence and sexual harassment by employees, students, or third parties against students, employees or third parties. Craven Community College provides equal employment and educational opportunity on the basis of merit without discrimination due to age, race, ethnicity, color, sex, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, veteran’s status, or disability.
For more information on Title IX, follow the links below:
- Compliance Guide for Campus Security Authorities
- Guidelines on Responding to Complaints of Sexual Harassment, Sexual Misconduct and/or Discrimination
- Campus Sexual Assault Victim’s Bill of Rights
- “Be an Active Bystander!”
- Title IX Brochure
The Title IX Office works in partnership with local professional agencies in order to ensure that our students receive the necessary training for awareness and prevention in the following areas:
- Sexual Assault
- Domestic Violence
- Healthy Dating/Dating Violence
- Title IX “Know Your Rights!”
- Bystander Intervention Training
- Situational Awareness Training
Please see the Campus Life Calendar for training topics, dates, times, and locations.
Call the Title IX Office at 252.638.7225 to schedule a workshop for your class or campus organization.