Title IX Office
The University of Maine System’s Title IX office works to promote a safe community for everyone. We strive to reduce sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking by encouraging healthy and consensual relationships and we offer supportive measures, referral services and options to those in need. Click a topic below to learn more about what The University of Maine System’s Title IX offices can do for you.
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University of Maine System Coordinator of Title IX Services
241 Estabrook Hall
Orono, Maine 04469
Our Title IX Team is committed to ensuring all people have access to supportive services and resources that they may need. Anyone in our community can receive supportive measures even if they do not want to file a formal complaint. When reaching out to a Deputy/Title IX Coordinator, please consider including the following information: Your name, a brief description of the incident or situation, which school within the system you are connected to, others who may be involved in the incident or situation–including potential witnesses, what help or advice you are seeking and any additional information that you are comfortable sharing.
Our Title IX Team members consist of a Title IX Coordinator, Deputy Title IX Coordinator, Investigators, Decision-makers, and anyone who facilitates an alternative resolution. These folks come from a variety of backgrounds and span across our system campuses.
To learn more about the trainings of our Title IX Team members please visit the Title IX training website here.
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Services providing support around the areas of sexual violence, relationship abuse and stalking are available to all free of charge, but not all services are confidential. A Deputy/Title IX Coordinator can help answer your questions and concerns and guide you toward and offer you resources and referrals on interpersonal violence.