The Title IX Support and Resources case managers work with all parties (students, faculty, and staff) involved in a matter reported to the Title IX Office to provide accommodations, support, and resources in a variety of ways. Some examples include, but are not limited to:
- Notifying faculty for a student’s absences or missed work
- Advocating for flexibility in assignments or deadlines
- Facilitating workplace accommodations
- Making referrals to resources both on and off campus to meet an individual’s needs of personal health, safety, and security
- Assisting parties in understanding the complaint and grievance process from start to finish
- Connecting both Complainants and Respondents with Advisors provided by the University, if desired or needed
- Facilitating accommodations for students who are pregnant, nursing, and/or parenting
Title IX Support and Resources strives to offer fair, equitable, and individualized support to Complainants, Respondents, and Witnesses affected by Title IX-related matters. Title IX Support and Resources case managers are able to refer individuals to critical resources on campus and in the community. Although Title IX Support and Resources case management is non-confidential, case managers can refer individuals to confidential resources.
If you are interested in getting connected with Title IX Support and Resources, please email email@example.com.
Pregnancy, Nursing, and Parenting
Pregnant, nursing, and/or parenting students, employees, and affiliates can receive support and resources from the Title IX Office and Human Resources. Support can include supportive measures and also medically necessary periods of leave. The University of Texas at Austin also prohibits the discrimination of students, employees, and affiliates who are pregnant, nursing, and/or parenting. For more information about these resources contact the Title IX Support and Resources team.
If you are experiencing an emergency or imminent threat to yourself or others, call 911.
If you are in need of immediate assistance and would like to speak with a trained staff member that is available 24/7 to address behavior concerns, please call BCCAL at 512-232-5050.
If you are a student with an immediate mental health concern and need to speak to a trained counselor available 24/7, call the Counseling and Mental Health Center Crisis Line at 512-471-2255.
For all other Title IX-related matters that are not urgent in nature and do not require immediate follow up after normal business hours, please submit a report online.
Non-Confidential Campus Resources
Helps students during difficult and emergency situations. Coordinates remedies and academic flexibility for all students. Provides emergency funds, short-term/emergency shelter, resources/referrals, and coordination with other relevant departments. 512-471-5017
The Undergraduate College has created a webpage for students with dependents to find relevant on- and off-campus resources and connect with other pregnant, nursing, and parenting students.
For assistance when there is a concern for an individuals' behavior. Offers a centralized resource that is available 24/7. Callers can remain anonymous. 512-232-5050
Administers the student conduct process for policy violations. 512-471-2841
Offers informal and restorative processes for resolution of appropriate cases involving employees. 512-471-6638
For employee complaints, and to find your HR Representative. 512-471-4772
Volunteers will escort students safely to anywhere on-campus and close off-campus residencies. 512-232-9255
Use Lyft anywhere on campus or close to campus for a free ride home between 11pm-4am.