Discrimination, harassment (including sexual misconduct), and retaliation of any type will not be tolerated at Adelphi University.

On May 6, 2020, the U.S. Department of Education announced sweeping changes in Title IX, the federal civil rights law that protects people in educational settings from discrimination based on sex. The changes impact how colleges handle sexual assault and sexual harassment complaints. The changes detailed in the 2,000+ page document were required to take effect on August 14, 2020. Adelphi University met the deadline for implementation and has remained in compliance with these regulations.

Upon notice, the University will act to end the discrimination, harassment or retaliation, prevent its recurrence, and remedy its effects on the victim and our community.

If you have any questions or concerns about discrimination, harassment (including sexual misconduct), and/or resulting retaliation, or if you need help in resolving a problem, please contact us.

Reporting Harassment

Adelphi University students, staff, faculty, vendors and visitors can report specific information related to an alleged incident(s).

COVID-19 Update: During this time of remote operations, we will continue to review questions and complaints of possible discrimination. Individuals may email Renaire Frierson or Natalie Johnson as well as titleix@adelphi.edu. Individuals may also call the numbers noted on the Title IX policy—voicemail will be reviewed.

Training for Title IX and Sexual Respect

We can customize our training to meet your needs and the needs of your audience. Our goal is to help university community members understand Title IX and sexual misconduct policies.
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