Notice of Non-discrimination & Title IX Coordinator Contact Information
Notice of Non-discrimination and Title IX Coordinator Contact Information Usage Requirements for Ohio University Printed Materials
All University printed material produced by University Printing Services describing or inviting participation in OHIO programs or activities must contain the University’s Notice of Non-discrimination and Title IX Coordinator contact information.
The Notice of Non-discrimination is required by federal regulations and is designed to make clear to current and future participants, beneficiaries, enrollees, applicants, visitors, and members of the public the University’s commitment to equal opportunity and access to its programs and activities. Providing the Title IX Coordinator contact information is also required by federal Title IX regulations to ensure that should any current or future member of the campus community experience discrimination, harassment, exploitation, or intimidation, including sexual harassment, or other sexual misconduct, they can easily locate that contact information.
The Notice of Non-discrimination and Title IX Coordinator contact information should be included using at least a 9-point font size, using black, Cutler (green), Putnam (gray), or white when used in reverse.
Usage of each of the three Notice of Non-discrimination and Title IX Coordinator contact information statement variations is described below. The form of the appropriate statement used is generally dependent on the availability of space.
Effort should be given to publish the primary version to the maximum extent feasible. When options to provide Version A have been exhausted, then Version B may be considered.
Primary Notice of Non-discrimination (Version A)
The majority of printed materials should contain the following statement.
Ohio University, an equal access/equal opportunity/affirmative action institution, is committed to upholding practices of equal access and equal opportunity for all, including but not limited to veterans, persons living with disabilities, and all protected classes. Visit ohio.edu/equity-civil-rights to learn more about the University’s Non-discrimination policies and for information on ways to contact the Title IX Coordinator to make a report. ©2020 Ohio University. All rights reserved.
Abridged Notice of Non-discrimination (Version B)
With the understanding that publications are produced in different formats and sizes, the University has developed an additional, notice of non-discrimination for postcards, small flyers, etc.:
Please visit ohio.edu/equity-civil-rights for Ohio University’s Title IX Coordinator contact information and Notice of Non-discrimination. ©2020 Ohio University. All rights reserved.
Long Form Notice of Non-discrimination for Use on Legal Documents and Applications (Version C)
The longer statement below may be required on applications and other legal documents:
Ohio University is committed to promoting and supporting a workplace and educational environment where healthy and respectful conduct is the cultural norm. In support of this commitment, Ohio University prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, age, ethnicity, national origin, national ancestry, sex, status as a parent during pregnancy and immediately after the birth of a child, status as a parent of a young child, status as a foster parent, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, military service, veteran status, mental or physical disability, or genetic information in its programs, activities, employment, and admission. Retaliation is also prohibited by University policy. Any future or current member of the campus community who experiences discrimination, harassment, exploitation, or intimidation, including sexual harassment, or other sexual misconduct has a right to contact the Director of Equity and Civil Rights Compliance and Title IX Coordinator in Ohio University’s Office of Equity and Civil Rights Compliance to make a report. For more information about Ohio University’s policies prohibiting discrimination, including grievance procedures, and all ways to contact the Title IX Coordinator, please visit ohio.edu/equity-civil-rights or visit ohio.edu/uc/sas for information about the ADA/504 coordinator. ©2020 Ohio University. All rights reserved.