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Misconduct (Discrimination, Harassment, Violence)

Title IX is a landmark federal civil rights law that prohibits sex-based discrimination in any education program that receives funding from the federal government. Members of the UH Mānoa community, guests and visitors have the right to be free from all forms of sex/gender harassment, discrimination and misconduct, examples of which can include acts of sexual violence, sexual harassment, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking. All members of the campus community are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that does not infringe upon the rights of others.

  • Reporting to the Title IX Coordinator, Campus SafetyResponsible Employees and/or Law Enforcement will put the University on Notice of an allegation. Please be aware that a criminal investigation is separate and distinct from the University of Hawaiʻi’s institutional response. You may choose to report to both the University and Law Enforcement, one, or neither of these options, depending on your individual decision. These options are available simultaneously, and the University will cooperate with law enforcement agencies if a criminal investigation occurs.
  • ONLY designated employees can promise confidentiality.
    • UH Advocates cannot keep cases confidential if the responding party (alleged perpetrator, offender, or abuser) is an employee as the University may have a duty to respond. However, the victim’s privacy will be upheld to the extent permitted by law. 

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Updated November 3, 2023