The Office of Equity and Access at Texas State University is responsible for the overseeing and enforcing of the University's equal opportunity policies and for investigating discrimination, harassment and retaliation complaints.
Texas State prohibits discrimination and harassment on the basis of their race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability, veterans' status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. Additionally, Texas State prohibits retaliation against a person who files a harassment or discrimination complaint, or who assists or participates in the investigation of a report.
Employee and Supervisor Responsibilities
Employees of the University are required to comply with policies that prohibit discrimination, and retaliation. Administrators and supervisors who, in good faith, become aware of or suspect discrimination, harassment, or retaliation policy violations are responsible for reporting them to their supervisors and to the Office of Equity and Access immediately.
Where to Report Discrimination - Faculty, Staff and Guests
Faculty, staff, and guests of the University may report suspected violations of the University's discrimination and harassment policies; including sexual harassment and retaliation by faculty, staff, contractors and students; to the Office of Equity and Access.
Where to Report Discrimination - Students
Students who believe they have experienced discrimination or retaliation by faculty, staff, or contractors should report their concerns to the Office of Equity and Access.
How to Report
A report of suspected discrimination or retaliation may be made in person in the Office of Equity and Access or one of the other offices mentioned above, or by forwarding a complaint form to the Office of Equity and Access. All reports will be reviewed by the Office of Equity and Access to determine whether an investigation is warranted.
If you need to make a report, please contact Dr. Luizzi,
Interim Title IX Coordinator at 512.245.2539.
At this website, you can file a report for any of the following categories of sexual misconduct:
- Sexual Assault
- Dating Violence
- Sexual Harassment
- Domestic Violence
- Sexual Exploitation
- Sexual Intimidation (Cyber-stalking, Indecent Exposure, etc.)
You can file a report for someone else.
You can file a report anonymously.
You can file a report using a pseudonym.