Policies and Title IX Information

  • Title IX
  • Sexual Misconduct Policy
    IUP is committed to maintaining a learning and work environment that is free from sexual harassment, sexual violence, retaliation, and other forms of sexual misconduct. These acts seriously undermine the atmosphere of trust and respect that is essential to a university community and are legally prohibited.   
    Title IX Sexual Misconduct Resources
    The IUP Sexual Misconduct Policy prohibits sexual harassment, sexual violence, retaliation, and other prohibited sexual misconduct. Resources and support services are available to the university community.
    Statement of Nondiscrimination: English
    IUP is committed to equal opportunity and affirmative action for its students, employees, and applicants. 
    Statement of Nondiscrimination: Spanish
    Declaración de no discriminación de IUP
    Mandatory Title IX and Protection of Minors Training
    In compliance with federal and state laws, all employees and university affiliates, contractors, units, and centers must complete annual Title IX and Protection of Minors training.
    Supporting the Academic Success of Pregnant and Newborn-Parenting Students
    Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 ensures the protection and equal treatment of pregnant individuals, persons with pregnancy-related conditions, and parents of newborns.
    Protection of Minors Policy
    University policy dedicated to promoting the safety and security of minors who visit its campus or participate in its programs.