Unless specifically exempted, 所有员工——包括所有教职员工——都必须按照学校的规定，向第九条协调员报告实际存在的或疑似的性别歧视或性骚扰 Sex Discrimination Reporting Policy and federal law.
You may find it useful to provide language in syllabi to reflect your role as a mandatory reporter (see below). 这可以帮助学生做出明智的决定，与您和其他工作人员分享他们的个人经历.
You may also decide it is beneficial to review your role as a mandated reporter during the first day of class, to be transparent with students. If a student later discloses an incident of sexual or gender-based misconduct to you, you may review your role with the student again and continue to develop a trusting and supportive relationship, while upholding University policy and best practices.
Model Language – Reporting Requirements
“As a faculty member at The University of Tulsa, I am committed to facilitating a safe and inclusive learning environment for students. I also have mandatory reporting responsibilities. It is my goal that you feel able to share information related to your experiences during class discussions, in your written work or in meetings with me. I will keep the information you share with me as private as possible; however, as part of my job responsibilities, I am required to share information about sexual misconduct with the Title IX Coordinator. 学生可以通过致电918-631-2200咨询和心理服务中心或918-743-5763 24/7家庭暴力干预服务倡导热线私下与他人交谈.”
Model Language – Title IX Syllabi Language
“1972年教育修正案第九条(“第九条”)禁止不当性行为，最靠谱的网赌软件社区内不允许. Sexual misconduct encompasses all forms of sex and gender-based discrimination, harassment, abuse, violence, and assault, as well as unwelcome sexual conduct, dating violence, domestic violence, interpersonal violence, stalking, sexual coercion, exploitation and any act of retaliation based on a complaint of sexual misconduct. If you or someone you know has experienced any of these prohibited acts, or if you have questions about violence prevention resources available to you, please contact any of the following campus and community resources:
Title IX Coordinator 918-631-2321
Survivor Advocate 918-631-2965
Office of Violence Prevention 918-631-2324
最靠谱的网赌软件 Counseling and Psychological Services 918- 631-2241
Campus Security 918-631-5555
Domestic Violence Intervention Services 918-585-3163 or 918-743-5763
Tulsa Police Department 918-596-9222 or 911 (emergency situations)
For more information about your rights under Title IX, please visit our Policies and Laws page on the 最靠谱的网赌软件 website or contact the Title IX Coordinator. Every student on our campus has the right to resources. Please come forward and ask questions, report, and help us eradicate sexual misconduct by stopping the silence surrounding it.”