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What is Title IX? 

Title IX is a federal law that prohibits discrimination and harassment on the basis of sex in educational institutions that receive federal financial assistance. 

To learn more, visit: Title IX

What is Bias?

Bias is a pre-formed negative opinion or attitude toward a group of persons who possess common characteristics, such as skin color, or cultural experiences, such as religion or national origin. 

How do I report a Title IX or Bias Incident?

If you or someone else is in danger, please contact 911. 

Do I have to report a Title IX or Bias incident?

The DU community is asked to report incidents that may violate University anti-discrimination and sexual misconduct policies so that efforts can be made to end discriminatory and harassing conduct, prevent its reoccurrence, and, where possible, remedy its effects. All university employees, contracted staff, designated student employees, and trustees are required to report concerning behaviors, including threats or crimes by employees. DU takes reports seriously and is committed to following up on reports of sexual assault, sexual harassment, and discrimination.

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