Understand Title IX.
Title IX is a federal law that prohibits sex-based discrimination of employees and students of educational institutions that receive federal financial assistance. UConn does not tolerate sexual harassment, sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking or sexual misconduct, based on an individual’s sex (gender).
About Title IX at UConn
Learn more about Title IX at UConn.
Sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking violate the University’s Codes of Conduct.
Title IX and Diversity
UConn acknowledges that personal identities (such as race, ethnicity, religion, disability, sexual orientation, citizenship status,) can impact how someone reacts to sexual misconduct, including recovery.
Find care and support resources at UConn.
File a Report with UConn
Complaints of sexual violence can be investigated by the University.
File a Report with the Police
The UConn Police are responsible for all criminal investigations of on-campus crimes. If you’ve been involved in criminal sexual violence, you are encouraged to call the police.
UConn Reports and Statistics
Learn about UConn’s sexual violence response and prevention efforts through a report submitted to the Connecticut General Assembly.