UNE is committed to address and reduce instances of sexual discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual violence. Below, you will find information and resources about Title IX, university policies and procedures regarding sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, and other forms of power-based personal violence.

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If you have any questions regarding Title IX, sexual misconduct, or the information on this site, please contact any of these offices for more information:

Title IX Coordinator

Title IX Investigator and Prevention Specialist

Deputy Title IX Coordinators

The Student Conduct Office, Student Affairs

The Title IX Coordinator and deputy coordinators are responsible for overseeing and coordinating the University’s response to reports of sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, stalking, and partner and domestic violence. Reports and inquiries can be made directly to the Title IX Coordinator. All non-confidential reports will be reported to this position.

If you feel you have been subjected to sexual misconduct or discrimination, you should seek assistance as soon as possible.

Introduction to Title IX

Consent, It's as Simple as Tea

 helps clarify what constitutes "consent" under Title IX regulations.

Clery Act

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