New Department of Education Title IX Regulations - GW Community Response

Please note that no changes have been made to George Washington University's Sexual and Gender-Based Harassment and Interpersonal Violence Policy. The Office of Advocacy and Support is working with other University stakeholders to discuss what these new Title IX Regulations from the Department of Education mean for our policies and our community. When there are official updates and changes made, we will share those with you via our website.  

The Office of Advocacy and Support values the perspectives and voices of our community. Please use the form below to share your thoughts, concerns, and questions about the new Title IX Regulations. We will use this information to inform the ways our office responds to the regulations, as well as to advocate for our GW community. Thank you for your time and attention to this, we appreciate you! 

If you would like to be contacted by a confidential advocate regarding additional support, please indicate that on the form and share the best way for us to contact you. 

This form is not a substitute for a formal complaint or Responsible Employee reporting requirements. If you would like to go through a Title IX process or make a report, you can report an incident to the Title IX Office here.

GW Affiliation *
Do you want to be contacted by a confidential advocate? *
Please note that The Office of Advocacy and Support is considered to be a confidential resource, so the identifying information you share with us will not be shared without your permission. However, our limits to confidentiality include disclosures of harm to self, harm to others, and child/vulnerable adult abuse. If you share this information, OAS may have to break confidentiality due to safety concerns and would alert you if this was a step we needed to take.
The non-identifying information on this form will be shared with university stakeholders, including Title IX, to inform the drafting and implementation of any policy changes.