Title IX and Other Resources
Our team and training
Our team receives specialized training to respond to questions, incidents, and concerns that you may have related to Title IX and sexual misconduct. View our team and our training to contact a member if you have any questions or to view the training we have received. Please contact any of our team members for information on this site, UNE's policies and procedures, or if you would like to discuss a concern.
Title IX and Civil Rights Related Policies
UNE Non-Discrimination, Anti-Harassment, and Sexual Misconduct Policy
UNE is committed to maintaining a fair and respectful environment for living, working, and studying. To that end, and in accordance with federal and state law as well as University policy, the University prohibits any form of discrimination under our Non-Discrimination, Anti-Harassment, and Sexual Misconduct Policy (PDF).
UNE Grievance Policy for Addressing Formal Complaints of Sexual Harassment Under the Title IX Regulations
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits any person in the United States from being discriminated against on the basis of the sex in seeking access to any educational program or activity receiving federal financial assistance. UNE’s Grievance Policy for Addressing Formal Complainants of Sexual Harassment Under the Title IX Regulations (PDF) describes UNE’s process for addressing formal complainants made under the Department of Education’s recent updates to the Title IX regulations.
UNE Decorum Policy for Title IX Grievance Process Hearings Policy
UNE’s Decorum Policy for Title IX Grievance Process Hearings Policy (PDF) describes UNE’s reasonable rules of order and decorum for formal hearings that occur under UNE’s Grievance Policy for Addressing Formal Complainants of Sexual Harassment Under the Title IX Regulations.
Reporting Locations and Resources
There are many ways to seek help and assistance or to file a report with the University even if you are working or learning online. Reporting and resources will help individuals find the resources they need to address the issues at hand.
Green Dot Bystander Initiative
The Green Dot Bystander Initiative is a nationally recognized bystander awareness and intervention program that is demonstrating success at reducing violence in communities. The University of New England is excited to implement Green Dot on our campuses and provide opportunities for students, faculty, and professional staff to become empowered bystanders. Learn more about Green Dot Bystander training and events.
View The Annual Security Report and Annual Fire Safety Report that complies with the Jeanne Clery Act.
Consent, It's as Simple as Tea
This three-minute video helps clarify what constitutes consent under Title IX regulations.
You Can Play
We are committed to the You Can Play campaign and have joined in the effort to work for equality in sports for the LGBTQIA+ community and all other underrepresented communities. No matter what an individual’s sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or background all athletes, coaches, professional staff, faculty, and fans are welcome here.
Crisis Support Resources
- UNE Title IX Domestic and Sexual Violence Resources
- Are you in an Abusive Relationship? (PDF)
- How to Help Someone in an Abusive Relationship (PDF)
- Partner Violence and Safety Planning (PDF)
- Partner Violence Resources (PDF)
- Child or Elder Abuse (PDF)
- Maine Sexual Assault Support Centers
- National Sexual Assault Support Resource
- National Domestic Violence Hotline
- Through These Doors (Cumberland County Dating and Domestic Violence Hotline and Shelter)
- 1 (800) 537-6066, available 24 hours
- Caring Unlimited (York County Dating and Domestic Violence Hotline and Shelter)
- 1 (800) 239-7298, available 24 hours