Title IX and Sexual Misconduct

The University of Vermont takes sexual and relationship violence very seriously, and is committed to providing a safe and healthy learning and working environment. Sexual misconduct and assault, dating and relationship violence, stalking, and other forms of gender-based harassment or discrimination are incompatible with our community’s values, and will not be tolerated.

The purpose of this website is to provide information on reporting options and support services relating to sexual assault and misconduct, and to promote healthy, respectful and responsible relationships and choices. Please note the tabs above, including "File A Report," and links to support services.  On this website, you will find information about:

Definitions

Terms relating to sexual conduct and education.  

Terms & Definitions

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What changes has UVM made in response to the federal Title IX regulation, effective August 14, 2020?
  • Will my parents find out?
  • Will the police find out?
  • Will my report be public?

Frequently Asked Questions

Student Conduct Institute (SCI) Training

AAEO is required to post training materials for staff who address Title IX matters pursuant to CFR Part 106.  Training information for staff can be found via the link below.

Student Conduct Institute (SCI) Posted Training

Student Conduct Institute Badge