The University of Toledo will host a virtual listening session Wednesday, June 17, from 4 to 5 p.m. to help understand new regulations on Title IX, the federal law that prohibits sex-based discrimination and harassment at schools, colleges and universities.
The two-way virtual dialogue for everyone in the UToledo community is free and open to the public. The session can be accessed on Zoom, and the meeting ID for all users is 849 2169 9195. Visitors joining online should use the meeting password 871115. Those participating via phone may call 301.715.8592.
The session will include information from several participating departments, including Human Resources; the Office of Faculty Labor Relations and Academic Inclusion; the Title IX Office; and the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards.
UToledo had been anticipating the new regulations, which were recently released by the U.S. Department of Education and go into effect Aug. 14. Teams are reviewing policies and procedures in preparation for their potential impact on campus.
Visitors to the interactive session will have opportunities to ask questions and offer input and feedback on the new regulations.
“Now that the new regulations are here, the real work begins in understanding, explaining and implementing them,” said Vicky Kulicke, UToledo’s director for Title IX and compliance. “Every person learning, living, working and receiving healthcare on our campuses has the right to a safe and secure environment. This session is part of our ongoing prevention and programming to ensure that right.”
Title IX actions are based in respect, sensitivity and dignity for all of UToledo students, faculty and staff members. Members of the University community with specific, individual concerns or reporting are encouraged to contact the UToledo Title IX Office at 419.530.4191, firstname.lastname@example.org or utoledo.edu/title-ix.