Our organization aims to provide resources and support to survivors of sexual violence who, like us, believe that change is needed across U.S. campuses. We strive to empower survivors and allies to fight for institutional reform in the handling of cases of sexual violence and for an overhaul of sexual misconduct policies that are frequently lenient and lack transparency.
Among the materials we provide is a Title IX filing tool for students who believe their school has mishandled an instance of sexual violence and would like to file a Title IX complaint with the Office of Civil Rights.
What Is Title IX?
Title IX is a federal law prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex in any federally funded educational program. It includes specific guidelines for the handling of sexual misconduct cases. The Office for Civil Rights is responsible for investigating institutions reported to be in violation of Title IX.
File A Title IX Complaint
If your school's administration has mishandled a sexual misconduct case and you believe that they are in violation of Title IX, you can use our Title IX filing tool to quickly and easily draft a complaint to send to the Office for Civil Rights. A single instance of sexual misconduct is considered grounds for investigation as it can create a hostile educational environment.