Title IX has undergone numerous changes over the last few years. In 2020, the Department of Education issued sweeping changes to the regulations, requiring colleges and universities to overhaul their policies on sexual harassment. The Department of Education released new proposed Title IX regulations in July 2022, however, the finalization of these new regulations has been subject to multiple delays, creating uncertainty about when they will go into effect.
Join the Sexual Assault Legal Institute’s (SALI) School Policy Staff Attorney, Stephanie Breen, Esq. as she discusses how colleges and universities can maintain compliance with Title IX during this transition period, while still supporting student sexual assault survivors. She will highlight the requirements under the current regulations, as well as look at some of the new proposed regulations and the impact these new rules will have on survivors.
MCASA’s Virtual Campus Training Series addresses sexual violence prevention and response on campus with a survivor-centered focus. Join MCASA staff and guest speakers during this series as we explore important and trending topics impacting student sexual assault survivors.