Title IX, of the Education Amendments of 1972, is a civil rights law that protects individuals from all forms of harassment and discrimination based on sex and gender in all of LSU’s educational programs or activities. While many people think Title IX only applies to athletics, Title IX actually prohibits a wide range of sex and gender-based harassment and discrimination, including, but not limited to:
- sexual assault
- sexual harassment
- dating and interpersonal violence
- domestic violence
The Title IX Coordinator’s Office within the Office of Civil Rights and Title IX, oversees all of LSU’s compliance with Title IX, including any alleged violations of Title IX.
Policies & Resources
- Title IX Review
Learn more about the Husch Blackwell Report and the university's progress.
- Domestic & Sexual Violence Support and Reporting
- PM 73: Title IX Policy Prohibiting Sexual Misconduct
This Permanent Memorandum outlines the procedures for addressing and resolving allegations of Sexual Misconduct (e.g. sexual assault, stalking, dating violence, domestic violence, sexual exploitation, sexual harassment, retaliation, etc.). LSU’s Title IX Coordinator is responsible for administering this policy at all University locations.
- PS 73: Sexual Harassment
The University reaffirms and emphasizes its commitment to provide a workplace free from sexual harassment and to provide a means to remedy sexual harassment that employees may have experienced.
- PS 95: Sexual Harassment of Students
The University reaffirms and emphasizes commitment to provide an educational and work environment free from sexual harassment and to provide a means to remedy sexual harassment that students may have experienced.
- Student Advocacy & Accountability
Learn more about the student accountability process.
- LSU Code of Student Conduct