Title IX at NJIT

NJIT HAS ZERO TOLERANCE REGARDING
SEXUAL MISCONDUCT AND SEXUAL HARASSMENT

What You Need to Know 
About Title IX
 

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is a federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in education programs or activities operated by an institution receiving federal financial assistance.

Read more

Response, Consent and Bystander Prevention

Sexual harassment is unlikely to stop until confronted. In some cases, this may mean informing the person directly that his or her actions are offensive and unwelcome. Other situations may require a formal reprimand or a disciplinary hearing.

Read more

If You Are a Victim of Sexual Violence

If you are in immediate danger, contact NJIT Department of Public Safety at 911 or your local police. Go to a safe place and seek immediate support from a trusted friend, family member or university staff member.

Read more

Download NJIT's TitleIX Guide