UIU ALERT: Wednesday, Feb. 20- UPDATE Fayette Campus closed today.
Prairie du Chien Center opens at 12:30 p.m. Waterloo Center opens at 11 a.m.
Upper Iowa University is committed to promoting, through educational and awareness-raising activities, a campus environment where all forms of sex discrimination, including sexual assault and exploitation, are recognized as wholly unacceptable, and where victims of sexual assault are provided support and avenues of redress as appropriate.
Upper Iowa University and a federal law known as Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 ("Title IX") prohibit discrimination on the basis of gender in employment and in education programs and activities. Title IX is a federal law that prohibits sex discrimination in federally funded education programs and activities.
Title IX states as follows:
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.
Sex discrimination includes sexual harassment and other forms of sexual misconduct such as sexual assault, sexual exploitation and dating or domestic violence, as described in the University's Policy Against Sex Discrimination. University policy and Title IX also prohibit retaliation for asserting or otherwise participating in claims of sex discrimination.
If you believe you are a victim of sexual assault, sex discrimination, or any other behaviors prohibited by the Policy Against Sex Discrimination, or if you have questions about the policy, contact Human Resources.
Director of Human Resources
Office: Alexander-Dickman Hall
Consent cannot be assumed due to current relationship status, prior relationship status or past sexual relationships between the persons. You always have the right to say NO!
Consent Defines: voluntary, whole-hearted, enthusiastic, freely and actively given, mutually understandable words or actions to do something sexual or to have something sexual done to you.
Consent may not be given when:
You cannot give consent if you are high, asleep, too afraid to say no or have been drinking. If you can’t report how you were given consent: consent was not granted!
You have a choice and rights when coming forward.
You have a choice on how to report:
Where to report for Fayette: