Utah State University strives to foster respect and dignity for all members of the USU community. University policy prohibits discrimination and harassment including sexual misconduct. Retaliation related to discrimination and sexual misconduct is also prohibited.
Scope of the Office of Equity
The Office of Equity is the unit designated by the university to enforce state and federal law (including Title IX) and University policies related to sexual misconduct, discrimination, equal opportunity, and affirmative action. You are encouraged to report incidents of sexual misconduct or prohibited discrimination and harassment through the online reporting form, via email, by phone (435-797-1266), or in person in Distance Education Room 400 on the Logan campus.
Sexual misconduct is a broad non-legal term that includes sexual harassment, relationship violence, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, and sex-based stalking. Sexual misconduct is a form of sex discrimination and is prohibited by USU Policies 339 and 339A. Learn more about sexual misconduct and how to find confidential resources and more reporting options.
Interim USU Policy 305 prohibits discrimination, including harassment, in USU's programs and activities, including admissions, employment, and housing offerings. Prohibited discrimination and harassment is treatment based on a person’s protected characteristic(s) that negatively impacts the person’s employment or educational experience. Read USU’s notice of non-discrimination and learn more about discrimination.
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