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Equity and Access Services leads, coordinates and supports civil rights compliance, including Title IX, for Virginia Commonwealth University.

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Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is a federal law intended to end sex discrimination in all areas of education. Conduct prohibited by Title IX includes sexual harassment, gender-based discrimination and sexual violence. Learn more »

Report sexual misconduct/violence or sex/gender discrimination » Review the Title IX process »

Contact us to discuss other discrimination, harassment or accessibility concerns.

Report other forms of discrimination or harassment » Make ADA requests or report accessibility concerns »

Spotlight

Title IX Support and Report Resource Cards

2016-2017

We have commenced our second annual distribution of the Title IX Support and Report Resource Cards. The cards will be mailed in bulk to each department, please be on the lookout for yours.

Check out the Title IX Support and Report Resource Card Cover Letter explaining the purpose of the card and how to use it.

You can also download a card from our website.

News: VCU Police Chief Participates in White House Discussion on Investigative Practices for Sexual Assaults

VCUPD Chief Venuti was invited to the White House by the vice president’s office to participate in the It’s On Us Summit on Jan. 5. Protecting students of all ages from sexual assault has been a hallmark issue for the White House and the event served as a final meeting for stakeholders nationwide to discuss best practices. Read the full article.

Register now! Student Inclusive Excellence Academy

January 27-28, 2017
The 1 1/2-day Building Inclusive Communities (BIC) student-focused workshop assists undergraduate and graduate students to learn about diversity and take personal responsibility for creating a truly engaged diverse and inclusive campus environment. The BIC workshop model relies on experiential learning with an emphasis on personal sharing. Participants learn about their own and others` multiple identities and about the difference between intent and impact.
 
For more information, contact the Division for Inclusive Excellence at 828-8947 or inclusive@vcu.edu and visit our website at inclusive.vcu.edu
 
Register at training.vcu.edu (search using keyword "diversity")