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Title IX and Gender Based Violence

Retaliation

It is a violation of Wright State policy and Federal regulations to retaliate against anyone who files a complaint or cooperates in the investigation of a complaint. Discrimination against any individual because he or she reported harassment or discrimination, or made a complaint, testified, assisted, or participated in any investigation, informal resolution process, or proceeding, is prohibited. Coercion or intimidation of, threats toward, or interference with anyone because he or she exercised or enjoyed rights outlined by Wright State University’s non-discrimination statement, or helped or encouraged someone else to do so, is also prohibited.

  1. If an individual believes that they have been retaliated against based on their participation in a Title IX formal investigation or informal resolution process, they are encouraged to contact a Title IX Coordinator.
  2. Title IX staff will investigate the report of retaliation as a separate report and will conduct a separate investigation.