Eastern Washington University has a responsibility to promote an educational environment that is free from discrimination on the basis of sex, including sexual misconduct and interpersonal violence. In accordance with Title IX, EWU does not exclude individuals from participating in, deny benefits to, or discriminate against individuals on the basis of sex in any university program or activity. Sexual misconduct and interpersonal violence are forms of sex discrimination and are prohibited by EWU.
Whether you are a filing a complaint of sex discrimination, sexual misconduct, or interpersonal violence, you have rights under EWU's policies and federal law. If you are responding to allegations of sexual misconduct or interpersonal violence, you also have rights under EWU's policies and federal law. If you are a complainant and want to know your rights visit the Complainant tab. If you are a respondent and want to know your rights visit the Respondent tab.