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Gender Equity & Title IX

Intersections: Anti-Harassment & Title IX Training

UMass Lowell is committed to fostering a welcoming, respectful and safe environment. To that end, we are providing "Intersections: Anti-Harassment & Title IX" as our required training. This program provides interactive exercises that enhance skills to respond and prevent harassment in our campus; and practical tips on creating a safe, inclusive environment for learning and work. Intersections is administered by Law Room, a nationally recognized vendor in Higher Education training. Begin your training now.

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex under any education program or activity receiving federal financial aid. Such discrimination prohibited by Title IX is any behavior or practice that would inhibit participation on the basis of sex. UMass Lowell prohibits sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, domestic violence, dating violence and all forms of sexual exploitation or sexual misconduct committed against any member of the UMass Lowell community – its students, staff or faculty – and its visitors. Such behavior will not be tolerated.

At UMass Lowell compliance with the University’s non-discrimination policies is everyone's responsibility to ensure a safe educational and working experience. It is your obligation to contact the Title IX Coordinator listed below if you become aware of any potential violations.

Clara I. Reynolds
Director, Equal Opportunity & Outreach
Title IX and ADA Coordinator
Human Resources and Equal Opportunity & Outreach
Phone: 978-934-3565
600 Suffolk Street, 3rd Floor
Lowell MA 01854

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