Institutional supportive measures and remedies
Supportive measures and remedies may be temporary or permanent free services offered to affected parties. These measures serve to restore or preserve equal access to educational programs and services. They do not reflect decisions or opinions about responsibility. Before or without the existence of a formal complaint, supportive measures are available and may be enacted swiftly. Students, faculty and staff employees, and others may be eligible for supportive measures.
Supportive measures or remedies for affected parties might include:
- Mutual no-contact orders
- Changes to on-campus housing assignments
- Temporary emergency housing (for off-campus students)
- Modifications of work, class, or activity schedules
- Academic adjustments
- Additional measures also may be possible
The Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Title IX Coordinator is responsible for the effective implementation of supportive measures and collaborates campus-wide with multiple departments and offices in support of these efforts.