The Title IX Coordinator coordinates the University’s compliance with Title IX and all University conduct policies related to sexual misconduct. Anyone wishing to make a report relating to sexual harassment may do so by contacting the Title IX Coordinator (or Title IX staff). The Title IX Coordinator’s responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
- Communicating with all members of the University community regarding Title IX and VAWA, and providing information about how individuals may access their rights;
- Reviewing applicable University policies to ensure institutional compliance with Title IX and VAWA;
- Monitoring the University’s administration of its own applicable policies, including this policy and all related record keeping, timeframes, and other procedural requirements;
- Conducting training regarding Title IX, VAWA, and prohibited conduct defined in this policy and related policies; and
- Responding to any report or formal complaint regarding conduct that violates this policy. For any report of which the University has actual knowledge (and any formal complaint), the University Title IX Coordinator shall oversee and implement the explanation and provision of any supportive measures. For any formal complaint, the University Title IX Coordinator oversees the investigation and resolution of such alleged misconduct, directs the provision of any additional supportive measures, and monitors the administration of any related appeal.
The Title IX Coordinator may delegate certain responsibilities under this policy to designated administrators, who will be appropriately trained.
Title IX for Students
2121 E Southlake Blvd
Southlake, TX 76092
Request Supportive Measures
Anyone who seeks to make a report or formal complaint may request supportive measures, which are non-disciplinary, non-punitive services offered as appropriate, reasonably available, and without fee or charge to the parties to restore or preserve access to The King’s University’s education program or activity and/or deter sexual harassment and/or retaliation. A description of supportive measures may be found here.