Office of Civil Rights & Title IX
The LSU Office of Civil Rights & Title IX oversees the university’s compliance with:
- The Americans with Disabilities Act
- Civil Rights
- The Jeanne Clery Act
- Title IX enforcement and procedures
Updates & Information
New Required Training: Power-Based Violence Prevention
On Oct. 1, 2021, LSU rolled out a new Power-Based Violence Prevention & Response Training. This replaces the former Preventing Sexual Misconduct Training for LSU Employees and must be completed by Dec. 31, 2021. Read more about the new required training.
New Website for Sexual Assault Resources
LSU has created a new website that offers help and support to anyone who has been impacted by domestic or sexual violence. The site pulls together the many different resources that are available to our LSU community.
Visit the Domestic & Sexual Violence Support and Reporting website.
About Interim VP Jane Cassidy
Jane Cassidy has been a part of the LSU family for 33 years. She was first hired in 1988 as an Assistant Professor in the School of Music. Since then, she has worked hard to forge relationships, conduct groundbreaking research and create change on campus.
In her newest role as Interim Vice President for Civil Rights & Title IX, Cassidy will lead the campus to make LSU safer and stronger through changes to policies and procedures, and supporting survivors of domestic and sexual violence. “We are going to work hard and we will take a step forward every single day,” Cassidy said.
Cassidy will fill the role of Interim Vice President while LSU searches for a permanent Vice President for Civil Rights & Title IX. The job description and application for the permanent position will be posted to this site, as well as the LSU Careers website as soon as that information is finalized.