Title IX is a federal law that prohibits discrimination based on sex in any federally funded education program or activity. Title IX protects all members of AOMA’s campus community who experience sex discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, interpersonal violence (including dating, domestic, and intimate partner violence), stalking, or discrimination based on pregnancy. These protections apply to students, faculty, staff, contractors, applicants, and campus visitors. AOMA is committed to creating and fostering a campus environment free from all forms of discrimination and harassment.
The AOMA Title IX Office seeks to provide leadership pertaining to the Title IX regulations, state laws, and institutional policies, as well as develop and implement best practices for prevention, training, resources, and support services at AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine.
A person who believes that he or she has been subjected to prohibited conduct should report the incident to any AOMA official, administrator, or supervisor. Students, employees, and campus visitors are encouraged to report such incidents to the Title IX coordinator.
Incidents should be reported as soon as possible after the time of their occurrence; however, Title IX has no statute of limitations. No person is required to report sex discrimination or sexual harassment to the alleged offender.
Title IX Coordinator/Senior Director of Operations
4701 Westgate Blvd. Bldg. C
Austin, TX 78745
Title IX Deputy/HR Contractor Lora.firstname.lastname@example.org