Information for Victims

Information for Victims

  If you are a victim of dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking—whether the offense occurred on or off campus—there are multiple resources available to you.
Information for Responding Parties

Information for Respondents

  If you have been accused of sex discrimination, sexual violence, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, or other gender-based harassment, the following information may be useful. more... less...
Safety and Prevention

Safety and Prevention

  You can take an active role in increasing your safety or the safety of those you care about.
Education and Awareness

Education and Awareness

  This page provides access to reliable, helpful, and current information on a variety of topics related to dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
Information for Victims

Frequently Asked Questions

  Find answers to commonly asked questions about Title IX and BYU's Title IX Office.
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Online Training

  Find access to online trainings for students, faculty, and employees.
University Policy

University Policy

  Here you will find the university’s policies on Sexual Misconduct, Nondiscrimination and Equal Opportunity, Child Protection, and Sex Offenders.
Campus and Community Resources

Campus and Community Resources

  Brigham Young University is dedicated to providing an environment free from unlawful sex discrimination and here you will find resources provided by the University to assist students, faculty, staff and administrative employees, and others participating in BYU’s education programs and activities.more...less...
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Contact Us

  Know who you can contact in the Title IX Office to report an incident or to just ask a question.