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Title IX Policy and Reporting

Scope of the Policy

This policy applies to all North Central University community members, including on-campus and online students, employees, faculty, administrators, staff, applicants for admission, and other individuals or entities, such as visitors, volunteers, vendors, consultants, third parties, or any individuals or entities that interact with a member or members of the University’s community or have any official capacity with North Central University or on University property. All University community members are required to comply with the provisions of this policy.

This policy applies to sexual misconduct committed by or against a University community member, that:

  • occurs on campus or North Central University property
  • occurs at University-sponsored events or programs that take place off campus, such as study abroad and internships
  • occurs off campus and outside the context of a University-sponsored event or program, but that the University determines may (i) have continuing adverse effects on campus, University property, or in a University program or activity, (ii) substantially and unreasonably interfere with a community member’s employment, education, or environment on campus, University property, or in a University program or activity, or (iii) create a hostile environment for community members on campus, University property, or in a University program or activity.

Title IX training for students, faculty, and staff

Annual Title IX training for the prevention of sexual misconduct is provided for students, faculty, and staff. Training can be accessed via the below buttons. (Please note: you will need to login to Skyline with your Skyline username and password in order to access the training tool.)