New Title IX Regulations Working Groups and Briefings

Working Groups

The following working groups were formed as part of the University’s effort to review the new Title IX regulations released by the Department of Education on May 6, 2020, and implement necessary changes to Georgetown’s policies and procedures. The University recognizes that it is critical to include members of our community, particularly students and faculty, as we navigate this review and revision process.

  • University-Wide Sexual Misconduct Policy Working Group
    • The Office of Title IX Compliance, the Office of General Counsel, IDEAA, Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and Chief Diversity Officer, Senior Advisor to the President for Faculty Affairs, and the Office of Student Conduct
  • Main Campus Grievance Procedures Working Group
    • The Office of Title IX Compliance, the Office of General Counsel, IDEAA, Dean of Students and Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Undergraduate Students, and the Office of Student Conduct
  • Law Center Grievance Procedures Working Group
    • The Office of Title IX Compliance, the Office of General Counsel, IDEAA, GULC Associate Vice President and Dean of Students, Professional Responsibility Committee Chair, Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Law Center Students, Ethics Counsel, Professional Responsibility Committee Faculty, and the Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence Liasion (SARVL)
  • School of Medicine Grievance Procedures Working Group
    • The Office of Title IX Compliance, the Office of General Counsel, IDEAA, Deputy Title IX Coordinator for School of Medicine Students, GUSOM Dean of Students, and the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs
  • IDEAA Grievance Procedures Working Group
    • The Office of Title IX Compliance, the Office of General Counsel, IDEAA, Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and Chief Diversity Officer, and Human Resources
  • Complex Topics Working Group
    • Students, including representatives from GUSA, the LGBTQ Resource and Women’s Centers, Athletics, the Black Survivors Coalition, the Law Center, the School of Medicine SAPE, and the Sexual Misconduct Hearing Panel Member Pool
    • Faculty, including representatives from Women and Gender Studies, Philosophy, Psychology, the Faculty Senate, and the Law Center
  • Title IX Regulations Planning and Implementation Committee
    • The Office of Title IX Compliance, the Office of General Counsel, IDEAA, Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and Chief Diversity Officer, Dean of Students and Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Undergraduate Students, Vice President for Student Affairs, Vice President for Public Affairs, and Communications

Title IX Regulations Briefings

The following groups or departments have been briefed on the new Title IX regulations.

  • Student Affairs Directors
  • Student Affairs Staff
  • IDEAA Staff
  • Faculty Senate
  • Main Campus Executive Faculty
  • President’s Cabinet
  • Chief Operating Officer’s Faculty Advisory Group
  • MSB Undergraduate Deans
  • Sexual Assault and Misconduct Survey Committee
  • All Working Groups
  • Select GU-Q Staff