Title IX Compliance at Binghamton University
Title IX prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in any educational program or activity that receives federal financial assistance. 20 U.S.C. Â§ 1681(a).
Binghamton University's Title IX policies are consistent with federal requirements and prohibit discrimination on the basis of gender.
Who is covered by Title IX?
Binghamton University receives federal financial assistance in many forms, including grants from federal agencies for faculty research. Failing to comply with Title IX or other federal civil rights requirements may result in the termination of all or part of a university's federal funding, including awards for faculty research.
Educational institutions are required to provide women and men in all disciplines, including science, technology, engineering and mathematics, comparable resources, support and promotional opportunities.
Title IX's protection is not limited to women, but protects the rights of both women and men. Title IX requires that males and females receive fair and equal treatment in all areas of education, including athletics.
Binghamton University Title IX coordinator
In accordance with Title IX regulations, the college has designated Valerie J. Hampton, chief diversity officer, as Binghamton University's Title IX coordinator. Hampton is responsible for monitoring compliance with these regulations. Questions regarding Title IX, as well as concerns and complaints of noncompliance, may be directed to her.
Valerie J. Hampton, chief diversity officer and Title IX coordinator
Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Binghamton University, LSG-663
Binghamton, NY 13902