The University of Wyoming strives to provide a safe environment free from the detrimental
effects of discrimination or sexual misconduct, which includes sexual harassment and
sexual assault. The information on this page is designed to provide resources to
assist students, staff, guests, or visitors who may have experienced such behavior
regardless of where the misconduct took place. If you have difficulty finding the
information you need, please call 307-766-5200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
UW has revised its Title IX policies and procedures. These revisions provide for live
hearings to decide allegations of sexual misconduct, and those live hearings can also
be conducted virtually using technology. This new procedure is the result of new Title
IX regulations that were issued by the U.S. Department of Education in May. These
regulations are very lengthy and detailed (over 2000 pages!). Mainly, they seek to
provide strong due process protections to those who are accused of sexual misconduct
while also balancing the rights of those who experience sexual harassment, assault,
dating violence, domestic violence, retaliation, and/or sex/gender discrimination.
To learn more about the revised University policies and procedures, please review
the following documents. If you have questions about the process or wish to talk to
someone about your options to report or seek support, please contact Equal Opportunity
Report and Response (email@example.com, 766-5200). To review the materials used to train the Title IX Team posted in accordance
with the 2020 Title IX regulations, please visit the Title IX Team Training page.
The new Title IX regulations are very complex and detailed. This brief user guide
is intended to help explain the changes and make the new resolution process more transparent.
To review, please click here.
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Employees, students, and visitors should feel confident that issues relating to discrimination,
sexual harassment, and workplace violence will be given appropriate attention at UW.
It is important for individuals who are experiencing (or know of others who are experiencing)
sexually harassing or discriminatory behavior to immediately report it to a University
official. As the University’s policy states, such behavior is prohibited and will
not be tolerated. It is also important for individuals who are not sure about such
behavior to seek advice from whomever they are most comfortable. Anyone having questions
or comments regarding UW Regulations 4-2 (Discrimination and Harassment) and 4-3 (Title
IX and Sexual Misconduct) or the University’s policy prohibiting sexual harassment
and discrimination is encouraged to contact Equal Opportunity Report and Response
(EORR) by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 307-766-5200.
The University of Wyoming does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its education
programs and activities, consistent with Title IX that requires it not to discriminate
in such a manner. Persons seeking admission, employment, or access to programs at
the University of Wyoming shall be considered without regard to race, color, religion,
sex, national origin, disability, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, or political