Welcome to the University's dedicated section on gender or sex-based discrimination and sexual misconduct awareness and reporting. Here, you'll discover resources designed to promote a safe and enjoyable learning and working environment for everyone, including students, employees, and campus visitors.
We take gender or sex-based discrimination and sexual misconduct very seriously, as they infringe upon fundamental rights and personal dignity. Our primary goal is to provide extensive support and reporting options to victims of such offenses. Even if you haven't experienced them personally, you can play a crucial role by reporting any incidents you come across.
Heading our efforts is Paul Norris, the Title IX Coordinator, who possesses the authority to receive and coordinate responses to reports of gender or sex-based discrimination and sexual misconduct. As a management employee with delegated authority from the President, Paul Norris serves as the primary contact for all members of the Stanislaus State community, including students, faculty, staff, third parties, and visitors.
Together, we are committed to fostering a safe and inclusive campus community.
Please refer to the CSU Discrimination Policy and Title IX.
Commitment to Change
Cozen O'Connor Report
The Cozen O'Connor Institutional Response Group conducted interviews and campus visits, in addition to gathering feedback through surveys and a dedicated email to conduct this assessment and develop recommendations.
Title IX Prohibits:
- Sex- and Gender-based discrimination
- Sex- and Gender-based harassment
- Sexual Misconduct
- Sexual Exploitation
- Dating/Domestic Violence
- Rape and Sexual Assault
Title IX Coordinator
Equity Programs & Compliance Analyst
Report a Concern
Please use the online form or report in person at One University Circle, MSR 340, Turlock, CA 95382. Contact us at (209) 667-3868 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for support and scheduling.
Updated: September 21, 2023