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The Office of Equal Opportunity & Sexual Harassment / Title IX Compliance (OEOSH/TC) is the campus office responsible for the University's compliance with federal and state laws and University policies and procedures regarding discrimination, retaliation and sexual harassment for students, staff and faculty. OEOSH/TC works to promote and integrate the principles of equal opportunity, affirmative action, nondiscrimination and excellence through diversity on campus.

Latest News

  • Fraternities Lobby Against Campus Rape Investigations

    College fraternities and sororities, concerned that students accused of sexual assault are treated unfairly, are pushing Congress to make it harder for universities to investigate rape allegations.

  • Questions on Money, Influence and Competence

    Students at Brown University are raising questions about an investigation and hearings involving a reported drugging and sexual assault on campus last fall. Neither of the accused students -- one man accused of the drugging, and a different man accused of assault -- was found guilty.

  • Hundreds march on U. Hall to protest handling of cases

    About 400 community members marched silently from Wriston Quadrangle, through University Hall and onto the Quiet Green Wednesday to protest the University’s handling of the widely discussed date-rape drug and sexual assault cases.

  • "Co-Champions" in Connecticut Raising Title IX Concerns

    Champion. Noun. "A person who has defeated all opponents in a competition or series of competitions, so as to hold first place." Well -- usually. In Connecticut yesterday, two girls' ice hockey teams squared off to determine the state champion. After three periods of regulation play, the score between the team from Simsbury and the team from East Catholic/Glastonbury/South Windsor was tied 2-2. So they played a period of "sudden death" overtime, in which, if either team had scored, the game would have ended. But no one scored. So they played another overtime period. Still, no one scored. Then, as the teams geared up for a third overtime perio…

  • 'Hunting Ground' Updated

    The filmmakers behind “The Hunting Ground” -- a searing new documentary about how colleges mishandle cases of campus sexual assault -- have removed a statement featured in an earlier print of the film that claimed leaders at 35 institutions declined to be interviewed.

  • Changes to Sex Assault Bill

    The bipartisan group of U.S. senators that has been pushing legislation to curb campus sexual assaults is making some changes to their proposal as they look to advance the measure in the new Congress.

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