University Policy

Policy Information

The Office of Title IX and Civil Rights Compliance is responsible for compliance and education regarding a number of University policies.

Non-Discrimination Policy 2.1.25

Non-Discrimination Policy 2.1.25

The Non-Discrimination Policy addresses incidents of:

  • Discriminatory Harassment
  • Sexual Harassment (non-Title IX)
  • Sexual Assault (Non-Title IX)
    • Rape
    • Sodomy
    • Sexual Assault with an object
    • Fondling
    • Statutory Rape
    • Incest
  • Dating Violence (non-Title IX)
  • Domestic Violence (non-Title IX)
  • Stalking (non-Title IX)
  • Retaliation

 

Report an Incident

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Title IX Sexual Harassment Policy 2.1.35

Title IX Sexual Harassment Policy 2.1.35

The Title IX Sexual Harassment Policy addresses incidents of:

  • Sexual Harassment
  • Sexual Assault
    • Rape
    • Sodomy
    • Sexual Assault with an object
    • Fondling
    • Statutory Rape
    • Incest
  • Dating Violence
  • Domestic Violence
  • Stalking
  • Retaliation

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Report an Incident

 

Mandatory Reporters Policy 2.1.26

Mandatory Reporters Policy 2.1.26

The Mandatory Reporters Policy identifies all faculty and all staff with supervisory or leadership responsibilities or responsibilities related to student welfare as mandatory reporters.

Reports of discriminatory harassment or sexual harassment, including sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, or stalking, should be made to the Office of Title IX and Civil Rights Compliance. Reports may be submitted in a number of ways:

Reports of crimes covered by the Clery Act should be made to the Department of Public Safety.

Reports of concerning or disruptive behaviors should be made to the Office of the Vice Provost for Student Life for Students and the Human Resources Department for Employees.

  • Report through the Tell Someone online reporting form
  • Call (402) 280-2775 for student concerns
  • Call (402) 280-2709 for employee concerns

 

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Children and Vulnerable Adults Policy 2.1.27

Children and Vulnerable Adults Policy 2.1.27

The Children and Vulnerable Adults Policy provides for the appropriate supervision of children and vulnerable adults who are involved in University-sponsored programs and programs held at the University, including the housing of children and vulnerable adults in University residence halls.

 

The policy applies to activities and programs taking place on Creighton’s campus, or under the authority and direction of the University at other locations, in which children and vulnerable adults will be physically present and participating.


Faculty and staff who are working with programs or events involving children and/or vulnerable adults should consult the policy to determine their responsibilities to those individuals and the university.

 

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