EKU Partner Offices
Title IX works with multiple individuals and offices and departments across campus to increase our reach and to ensure members of the EKU community feel supported and have knowledge of the all the available resources EKU has to offer. See the list of our EKU partner offices below with a brief description of each. Click on the Office you wish to learn more about to go to their webpage.
Assists students, faculty, and staff with disabilities by coordinating campus and program accessibility as well as providing support in the attainment of educational and work goals.
Provides a wide variety of mental health enhancement free of charge to EKU students.
Provides a wide array of information regarding EKU student resources and support, including referrals and accommodations.
Trains and educates the university community in bystander intervention and violence prevention.
Has full law enforcement authority on all University property, and concurrent jurisdiction on all roads and streets adjacent to the campus. Additionally, they have the authority to investigate crimes committed on University property anywhere in the state.
Administers, investigates, and enforces the University's Non-Discrimination and Harassment Policy. Reviews and coordinates incidents under Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 and Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Responds to reports of students in the campus community who appear to be troubled or troubling, and intervene before the student behavior reaches a crisis level.