Title IX prohibits discrimination on the basis of gender (sex). Sexual misconduct is a form of prohibited sex discrimination that includes sexual harassment, sexual violence, stalking, and domestic or dating violence. Sexual misconduct also includes unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature that is unprofessional and inappropriate for the working and learning environment.
All UT Southwestern employees, faculty, students, trainees, and applicants should carefully review UT Southwestern’s Title IX policy, EDU-116, and the following policies for more information. Please note, access to PolicyTech and its links are specific to campus IP addresses.
For Students, Postdocs, Residents, and Fellows
- EDU-116: Sex Discrimination – Sexual Misconduct, Harassment, and Violence
- EDU-116P: Sex Discrimination Complaint and Resolution
Other Relevant Policies
- Annual Security Report
- Quarterly Data Report (Available April 2020)