Title IX (Title 9), Education Amendments of 1972
No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.
Title IX was passed by the U.S. Congress on June 23, 1972, and signed by President Richard M. Nixon on July 1, 1972. It is a civil rights law prohibiting discrimination in education programs and activities receiving federal funds. It was the first comprehensive federal law to prohibit sex discrimination against students and employees in these institutions.
- Review OC's Sexual Harassment Policy
- Review OC's Sexual Misconduct Resolution Process Flowchart
- Review OC's Title IX Sexual Harassment Fact Sheet
- Review OC's Policy for Pregnant and Parenting Students
Title IX Coordinator
Ms. Tamie Willis
Garvey Center, Room 121
Duties of Title IX Coordinator
Oklahoma Christian University's Title IX Coordinator will be informed of all reports of sexual misconduct, and will oversee the University’s review, investigation, and resolution of those reports to ensure the University’s compliance with Title IX, and other related laws, and the effective implementation of this policy. The Title IX Coordinator will have adequate training on what constitutes sexual harassment, including sexual violence.
For more information, see OC's Sexual Harassment Policy
Title IX Training Resources
Educational institutions are required to make materials used to train Title IX Coordinators, investigators, decision-makers, and any person who facilitates an informal resolution process publicly available on its website.
Individuals who have experienced or are experiencing sexual harassment have the right to file a formal grievance with the:
Office for Civil Rights (OCR)
U.S Department of Education
One Petticoat Lane
1010 Walnut Street, Suite 320
Kansas City, MO 64106
University Counseling Center
Mr. Scott Young