Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972

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Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (20 U.S.C. § 1681) is a federal law that prohibits discrimination based on gender in educational institutions which receive federal financial assistance. Title IX also prohibits sexual harassment, which includes sexual assault and sexual violence.

Title IX Coordinator

Suzanne Patrick
Title IX Coordinator and Equal Opportunity Services Director
Phone: 210-458-4120
Email: Suzanne.Patrick@utsa.edu

UTSA has designated Suzanne Patrick, Director of the Office of Equal Opportunity Services, to serve as its Title IX Coordinator. She has been charged with monitoring compliance of Title IX and addressing Title IX concerns and complaints. She is responsible for receiving and investigating complaints of sexual harassment, including sexual assault and sexual violence.

How to File a Complaint With the EOS/Title IX Office

If you believe you have been sexually harassed or have been the victim of sexual violence, please contact the EOS/Title IX Office to file a complaint.

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Resources for Victims of Sexual Violence

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Reports of Sexual Violence Should Also Be Made to Law Enforcement

UTSAPD
Emergency 210-458-4911 (or 911 from any UTSA phone)
Non-Emergency 210-458-4242

 

San Antonio PD
Emergency 911
Non-Emergency 210-207-7273

 

Bexar County Sheriff's Department
Emergency 911
Non-Emergency 210-335-6000