FGCU is committed to an environment free from sex-based discrimination.
Title IX is a federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination based on sex at all institutions that received federal financial assistance. This includes sexual harassment, sexual violence, sex discrimination, intimate partner violence and stalking.
What is Title IX?
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Who is the Title IX Coordinator and what are their responsibilities?Toggle More Info
When should I contact the Title IX Coordinator?Toggle More Info
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What happens if FGCU does not comply with Title IX?Toggle More Info
On and off campus, there are resources to support Title IX related incidents.
|Title IX Coordinator||239-745-4366|
|University Police Department||239-745-1900|
|Prevention & Wellness||239-590-7733|
|Counseling & Psychiatric Services||
239-745-3277 (After Hours)
|Student Care Services||239-590-1866|
|Dean of Students||239-590-7900|
|Student Health Services||239-590-7966|
|Employee Assistance Program||239-279-7435|
|Office of the Ombuds||239-590-1022|
|Abuse, Counseling & Treatment of Fort Myers||239-939-3112|
|Project Help of Naples||239-262-7227|
|Naples Shelter||239-775-1101 (24 hour crisis line)|
|Lee County Sheriff's Victim Advocate Unit||239-477-1050|
|Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Dept. of Education (Atlanta Office)||404-974-9406|
|Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network|
|Know Your IX|
|It's On Us|
Title IX at FGCU
Meet FGCU's Title IX Coordinator