Title IX Policy and Procedure
COVID-19 and Title IX Update
March 20, 2020
As the novel Coronavirus continues to disrupt our routines, it is imperative that responses to this pandemic be swift yet flexible. With new state and federal mandates being released on a near daily basis, the way in which Campbellsville University responds to and investigates complaints of sexual misconduct will also need to adapt during this national emergency. We ask for your patience as we seek to respond in meaningful ways to developments related to this pandemic. The University is committed to ensuring that our Title IX policies and procedures rise to the changing needs of the entire campus community. As such, the Title IX office will utilize enhanced and/or adapted methods for conducting investigations. These include:
- The launch of the online reporting form – accessible to the entire campus community, which can be found below
- Use of virtual meeting technology (Zoom, Skype, Microsoft Teams, etc.)
- Continued access to support resources and personnel who are working remotely
- Individualized communication plans
It is critical that faculty, staff, coaches, and students understand that the virtual delivery of the University’s educational programs still falls within the jurisdiction of the SMP. The educational setting of Campbellsville University is defined as “All of the School’s academic programs and other activities of whatever nature on campus and at every other location where the School conducts authorized programs or activities” (SMP, 2019, p. 12).
CU Title IX Sexual Misconduct Policy with Grievance Procedures
Updated December 2019
In an effort to increase accessibility, Campbellsville University is launching an online form for reporting complaints of sexual misconduct.