Title IX

Title IX is part of the Education Amendments of 1972 to the 1964 Civil Rights Act and is enforced by the U.S. Department of Education. This federal law prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex/gender in education programs or activities operated by recipients of federal financial assistance. The purpose of Title IX is to help foster safe and respectful university environments that better protect students, faculty and staff from incidents of sex/gender-based discrimination. Title IX applies to all participants of such programs, including students, parents and faculty/staff members.

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FSU's Title IX Office Remains Available to Serve Our Campus Community- 

Although most of Fayetteville State University is temporarily operating online, this does not change the fact that the University is committed to maintaining a work and educational environment that embraces diversity and where no member of the campus community is excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or subject to discrimination in any college program or activity based on: their race, ethnicity, national origin, color, religion, age, disability, sex, pregnancy or parental status, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information, political opinions or affiliations, or veteran status. 

This commitment applies to employees, volunteers, students, and, to the extent possible, to third parties, applicants for admission, applicants for employment, and the general public. Discrimination and harassment of any kind are wholly unacceptable and run contrary to our academic mission and values as an institution. All inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies or concerns related to sex/gender-based harassment, discrimination, or other Title IX concerns, should be directed to the Title IX Office - as soon as practicable. 

Kindly note, harassment and discrimination can occur in an online environment. It is imperative that staff and faculty members understand their continued responsibility to report any Title IX concerns to the University's Title IX Office.  

The well-being, security, and safety of our students, staff, and faculty members have always been our first priority. We will continue to be of service to each of you by providing you with virtual alternatives to connect with useful information, resources, and assistance. If there is anything that the Title IX Office can be doing for you during this challenging time, please do not hesitate to reach out. 

By continuing to our work together, we can ensure that our University remains free from all forms of harassment and discrimination.



Title IX Office Spring 2020 Campus Climate Survey 

Spring 2020 Campus Climate Survey


From May 4, 2020 until May 18, 2020, the  Title IX Office Spring 2020 Campus Climate Survey will be available to all FSU students.
The survey link is available below.  The results will be posted on our webpage with all previous Title IX Office Campus Climate Survey results in June 2020. We look forward to continuing to work with all campus community members to discuss the results and strategies for improvement. 

Students, please visit  https://ironman.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9QE03ymydRe63Hv  to take the survey. 



It's On Us is coming to Fayetteville State University!

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It's On Us is proud to partner with Fayetteville State University to host our first-ever National Training Tour!

It's On Us is partnering with Fayetteville State University to host a tour stop as part of our Spring 2020 National Training Tour. It's On Us is the nation's leading campus sexual assault prevention education organization.

The Tour will provide training to students on the following key areas:

  • Bystander Intervention
  • Sexual Assault Awareness/Consent Education
  • Survivor Support
  • Online Dating Safety

The event will take place on Friday, March 6, 2020 from 9am-5pm at: Rudolph Jones Student Center 1200 Murchison Road Fayetteville, North Carolina 28311. Tour stops are open to currently enrolled college students at Fayetteville and nearby colleges and universities. Registration is FREE

Students may apply to receive an excused absence by contacting the Title IX Office after they register.

To register visit bit.ly/FSUIOU



Join us on Friday, March 6th at Lamon Street Park for our Title IX Awareness Softball Games! We will be in the stands cheering on our Broncos at 2p.m. & 4p.m. 



#TDVAM20 (National Dating Violence & Prevention Awareness Month 2020)

        February is Dating Violence Awareness Month & 2020 marks the 10th anniversary of efforts to end Dating Violence.

Enough is enough! Everyone deserves healthy relationships. We know together, we can influence change in how we treat our partners and how we respond to acts of abuse.

Let's Take ACTION and put an END to Dating Violence.

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To help you learn more about Dating Violence & Prevention Awareness we've pulled together our favorite resources:



Title IX Office Fall 2019 Campus Climate Survey 

From November 22, 2019 until January 17, 2020, the  Title IX Office Fall 2019 Campus Climate Survey will be available to all FSU students.
The survey link is available below.  The results will be posted on our webpage with all previous Title IX Office Campus Climate Survey results in February 2020. We look forward to continuing to work with all campus community members to discuss the results and strategies for improvement. 

Students, please visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JCFLMDJ  to take the survey. 

               

For more information, please visit the Title IX Campus Climate Surveys page.



#NSAM2020 (National Stalking Awarness Month 2020)

At FSU, every campus community member has a role to play in knowing, naming, and stopping stalking.  


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Our University Policies  prohibit Stalking "(based upon sex/gender) is defined as a course of conduct directed at a specific person that would cause a reasonable person to feel fear. Stalking involves repeated and continued harassment made against the expressed wishes of another individual, which causes the targeted individual to feel emotional distress, including fear and apprehension. Stalking behaviors may include the following: pursuing or following; non-consensual (unwanted) communication or contact - including face-to-face, telephone calls, voice messages, electronic messages, web-based messages, text messages, unwanted gifts, etc.; trespassing; and surveillance or other types of observation."

The Connecting the Dots tool, along with the Title IX Office, Police & Public Safety Department, and the Center for Personal Development can assist you to determine if you are being stalked, developing a safety plan, and much,much more. 

To help you learn more about stalking we've pulled together our favorite resources on the topic: