The Office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX operations, including the majority of our work, will be done remotely due to the need to flatten the curve and spread of COVID-19. We are available to provide information, guidance, and other resources to address your concerns. Staff will remain available during normal business hours for remote or telephone meetings and consultations.
- To view individual contact information for staff members, visit here
Anyone impacted by discrimination, harassment and/or sexual misconduct is encouraged to contact the Office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX office immediately to make a report [https://www.scu.edu/title-ix/reporting/] and/or to inquire about resources that remain available both on- and off-campus.
Please note: University policies (www.scu.edu/title-ix/policies-reports/) on discrimination, harassment and sexual misconduct apply to behaviors that occur in person between members of the university community, but also apply to online and virtual misconduct. Any behavior that is prohibited by policy is also likely prohibited in cyber-forms, including cyber-harassment, cyber-bullying that is sex-based, and cyber-stalking. Members of the community are expected to maintain a tone of civility and respect in online classes just as they would if they were in class physically.
SCU is dedicated to ensuring continuity of supportive and interim measures for individuals. We understand that needs can shift as the COVID-19)pandemic situation continues to change rapidly. We welcome communication with our office so we may best support our students, faculty, and staff. If assistance is needed please contact
- Office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX, www.scu.edu/title-ix/about/staff/
- Office of Student Life, www.scu.edu/osl/contact-us/
- Wellness Center (Confidential), www.scu.edu/wellness/
- CAPS (Confidential), www.scu.edu/cowell/caps/
- Human Resources (faculty/staff), www.scu.edu/hr/