ModelCampus: Title IX Action Guide

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2017
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The ModelCampus: Title IX Action Guide explores how universities can prevent and respond to gender-based violence on campus in ways that are trauma-informed, survivor-centered, as well as compliant with, but stronger than, federal guidelines.

In addition to explaining federal guidelines for universities, this guide offers recommendations on how schools can develop effective prevention programming and minimize the burdens placed on survivors seeking to access services.

This action guide is a go-to resource for preventing and addressing gender-based violence and Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) on college and university campuses. ModelCampus covers the following IPV-related topics:

  • Prevention and education
  • Support services
  • Reporting and privacy concerns
  • Investigation and adjudication
  • Policy development

Each of these topics includes guiding principles to help universities make important decisions, as well as real life scenarios that serve as examples of how to apply the guiding principles. 

Access the ModelCampus guide: https://modelcampus.org/

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