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Department of Public Safety  

Title IX

Sexual Misconduct

All members of the University community are expected to engage in conduct that contributes to the culture of integrity and honor upon which the University of North Carolina at Asheville is grounded. Acts of sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking, jeopardize the health and welfare of our campus community and the larger community as a whole.

The University has established procedures for preventing and investigating allegations of sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking that are compliant with Title IX federal regulations. To learn more about these procedures, see the Sexual Harassment Policy #49 (Faculty and Staff) and the Sexual Misconduct and Interpersonal Violence Policy (Students).


Reports regarding an alleged violation of Title IX, including those taking place off campus, such as sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking; sexual misconduct incidents involving minors, guests and third party users; and any allegation of inequity in educational programs and activities should be reported to any University Responsible Employee and communicated to the Title IX Administrator immediately. 

University Police: 828-251-6710 | Title IX Administrator, Jill Moffitt: 828-232-5658 | Report a Violation Anonymously


The Title IX Administrator ensures that the report is addressed through the identified resolution procedures and policies, and that the incident is resolved in a timely, fair, and impartial manner. Reports are examined based on the policies and procedures of the University where compliance with Title IX is of the utmost importance. Learn more about our process for all individuals (faculty/staff, students, and guests) reporting a violation of Title IX. 

Student Process Breakdown | Faculty Process Breakdown | Staff Process Breakdown 

Educational Programs

The administrator additionally ensures that education and prevention programs on sexual misconduct are provided to members of the community on an ongoing basis. Educational Programs provide training and relevant information regarding regulations mandated by Title IX for students, faculty, staff, visitors, and guests of the campus community.

Upcoming Educational Opportunities:

Responsible Employee Sessions (Faculty and Staff)

  • 3/28/14  2:30-3:30p      HIG 104
  • 3/28/14  4:00p-5:00p    HIG 104
  • 4/11/14  2:45-3:45p      GOV Hall Classroom   
  • 4/18/14  2:30-3:30p      HIG 104

Student Learning Sessions

  • BARK! (Bulldogs Advancing Radical Kindness:) UNC Asheville's  Bystander Intervetntion Program       
  • Student Athlete Session Scheduled for March 23, 2014; 6:30p in Alumni Hall
  • Know your IX Sessions Scheduled for students during Student Rights Week in March (more information to come)


Last edited by on March 23, 2014