Title IX Training is available online for students, faculty, and staff
Student Title IX Training: training can be found under “Profile."
Faculy and Staff Title IX Training: training can be found in Firefly.
The University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO) is committed to providing an environment that is free of discrimination and safe for all members of our campus community. Learn more about Title IX:What is Title IX?
Where to Report Incidents
Advocacy Response & Victim/Survivor Services
Requesting an Escort
What to Do If You are a Victim of Sexual Assault
Victim's Bill of Rights
Title IX is not just about sports. It is a comprehensive federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in any federally funded education program or activity.
- Prohibits sex discrimination in educational institutions that receive federal funding
- The ban includes sexual harassment, sexual assault, intimate partner violence and stalking
- Applies to students, faculty, staff ot anyone present on a campus regardless of sexual orientation, immigration status, gender identity, or disability status
- Retaliation for reporting is prohibited by law and covered under Title IX
UNO responds to all complaints concerning discrimination and harassment, and has dedicated administrators to handle Title IX concerns.
We encourage all survivors or witnesses to report misconduct.Online Misconduct Report
For questions, assistance, or to report Title IX concerns, please contact:
Title IX Investigator and Education Coordinator
205 Hayden House
Title IX Coordinator
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Director of Student Conduct & Community Standards
209 Hayden House
School Resource Officer
UNO provides free, confidential advocacy services and resources for students who have experienced relationship violence and sexual assault. Advocacy response will:
- Meet with you privately on campus or at a place of your choice to make a report
- Assist you in receiving hospital, medical, counseling, and other support services even if you choose not to pursue criminal charges
- NOT prejudge you, and you will not be blamed for what occurred
- Treat you and your particular situation with courtesy, sensitivity, dignity, understanding, and professionalism
- Consider your situation, regardless of your gender identity and sexual orientation, and regardless of the gender identity and sexual orientation of the suspect(s)