Title IX Complaint

Procedures for Title IX Complaints

These procedures are implemented whenever a formal sexual misconduct complaint is made by a current student or employee. Complaint resolution is initiated once a written formal complaint is filed with the Title IX Coordinator. To file a formal complaint, complete the Title IX Complaint Form found below. The complaint form can be submitted electronically, in-person or by U.S. mail: 


Title IX Coordinator

5414 Brittany Drive

Baton Rouge, LA 70808


Once a complaint is made, the Title IX Coordinator will commence the investigatory process as soon as practicable, but not later than seven (7) business days after the complaint is made. The Title IX Coordinator and/or designee will analyze the complaint and notify the accused in writing that a complaint has been filed. Students have the right to choose between a formal process or informal mediation. Both options are described below.  When an affiliate agency, such as a clinical or service-learning site, is involved, the student is encouraged to provide a written complaint to their program director/chair as well as the Human Resources (or similar representative) of the involved agency. The program director/chair is expected to follow up with the involved agency and file all documentation to the Title IX Coordinator for record keeping. This document should include all actions taken to address the complaint. 

Background Information
Involved Parties

Please list the individuals involved (excluding yourself), including as many of the listed fields as you can provide.

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Incident Description

Please provide a detailed description of the incident/concern using specific concise, objective language. If you have listed an individual as an involved person, he or she should appear at least once in the narrative., Please provide as much detail as possible in describing the behaviors and activities that occurred. The use of direct quotes, including profanity or abusive language, is encouraged. Avoid using pronouns when multiple individuals are involved.

What to Do

•          Provide a detailed description of the incident/concern using specific, concise, and objective language. (Quotes are always helpful!)

•          Answer the Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How.

•          Include dates, times, details and facts.

•          include the name(s) of personnel you contacted regarding this incident and all actions taken.

•          Attach any necessary or supplemental documents.

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