As part of Drake University's response to COVID-19, the Title IX Office is currently offering both remote and in-person access to its services. For more information about available services, including how to access those services remotely or in-person, please contact Drake's Title IX Coordinator Jessica Morgan-Tate directly at email@example.com or by calling (515) 271-4956.
Jessica Morgan-Tate is the University's Title IX Coordinator. Jessica coordinates the University's response to concerns of sexual and interpersonal misconduct in their various forms including:
If you have experienced sexual or interpersonal misconduct, please know that there are people here who can support you and provide you with resources to help you make informed choices. On this site, you will find resources and answers to questions you might have, as well as a complete overview of options for reporting any incidents of sexual or interpersonal misconduct.
For information about materials used to train Title IX investigators, adjudicators and other personnel involved in investigating, responding to, coordinating or otherwise assisting in the adjudication of complaints of sexual harassment go to https://www.drake.edu/titleix/education/.
U.S. Department of Education Regulatory Updates
Drake recognizes the problem of sexual and interpersonal misconduct in our society and continues to take steps to listen to concerns, educate the campus community, and treat reports of sexual and interpersonal misconduct seriously and equitably. Define the Line. Respect the Line. emphasizes that while everybody has the right to determine their own line when it comes to sexual behavior, there is one clear line at Drake: sexual or interpersonal misconduct is not tolerated, accepted, or ignored. Think, talk, learn, listen, and act in a way that respects this line—we are all part of Drake.
There are four principles behind Define the Line. Respect the Line. and the culture we strive to create at Drake:
Prevention: Education and discussion are crucial to establishing and enforcing our social norms and what we as a community expect at Drake. We must continue to talk about respect and consent.
Communication: More communication is better, both between sexual partners and also in our community, so that people feel comfortable discussing sexuality or sexual violence without fear or judgment.
Intervention: We have people of outstanding character at Drake. When something does not look right, we should be empowered to trust that intuition and intervene to ensure everyone is comfortable and safe with the situation.
Support: If you or someone you know experiences sexual or interpersonal misconduct, Drake has staff, resources, and procedures in place that can provide support.
If you are having difficulty accessing or navigating this website, please contact the Title IX Coordinator.