Title IX is a comprehensive federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in any federally funded education program or activity.
Victim Rights and Resources
There has been much national attention regarding sexual assault and misconduct on college campuses. Concordia University takes allegations of sexual violence, assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking and other sexually inappropriate conduct seriously. As a Christian institution, we believe that sexual intimacy is part of God’s perfect and good design for our lives and should be experienced within a loving and committed union of marriage. As a University we are working to create a safe and supportive campus community free from sex-discrimination. We want to make sure that anyone who reports experiences related to such discrimination feels safe, knows her or his rights and is aware of all available resources and options to continue to have the opportunity to be successful.
Title IX related experiences are some of the most difficult life-experiences; support and next-steps for all parties can be difficult to navigate. I am here to help you and connect you to the correct resources to help you through this process.
If you have any questions or concerns do not hesitate to contact me. Student success at Concordia University is a priority, and we will support your Title IX-related journey with privacy, equity and due process, and most importantly with Christian care and concern. We strive to “Honor One Another” as found in Romans 12:10 through a Christian community that is free of sex discrimination.
Dean of Students
Title IX Coordinator
Access Concordia’s Title IX Resource Guide
This guide was created to describe Concordia University, Irvine’s policies and procedures regarding sexual offenses and sexual harassment. It also provides helpful information to survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking, including various options and resources that are available.