5-19-20 Title IX Regulations

2020 Title IX Regulations: Summary and Analysis Webinars

Thank you for those who were able to join us for one or more of our webinars on the Title IX Regulations!

I.  May 14: The Title IX Rules’ Impact for New York State colleges and universities.

We are grateful to APC, CICU, CUNY, and SUNY for co-hosting this webinar. Thank you to Andrea Stagg, Deputy General Counsel at Barnard College for the quick turnaround and detailed analysis.

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We have recorded the webinar and it is available here, including ASL translation.

2020 Title IX Regulations: Summary And Analysis For New York State Colleges And Universities

Follow up Questions and Answers from this Webinar


II.  May 19: Keeping Focus: Reviewing Clery Act Requirements in Light of New Title IX Regulations

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We are grateful to The Clery Center for co-hosting this webinar, and to Abigail Boyer, Associate Executive Director, and Laura Egan, Senior Director of Programs, for their insight and expertise.

We have recorded the webinar and it is available here, including ASL translation

Keeping Focus: Reviewing Clery Act Requirements in Light of New Title IX Regulations:

We have received a number of questions during the webinar and are still accepting more via this form. Then, on June 1st, we will be co-hosting a follow up webinar to answer your questions! To register: bit.ly/tix2020clerywebinarpart2.


III.  Title IX Webinar for NYS Victim/Survivor Service Agencies

SUNY was proud to partner with the New York State Office of Victim Services for a webinar: The New Department of Education Title IX Regulations: What They Mean for Agencies That Serve Student Survivors in New York State. A recording of the webinar is available through OVS. OVS and SUNY are currently planning additional educational content for service providers, which will be listed alongside other OVS trainings.


IV.  Next Steps

For further information on the 2020 Title IX Regulations and their impact, keep an eye on our Joint Guidance on Federal Title IX Regulations page. The Joint Guidance is a project of about 50 dedicated attorneys who work on campus Title IX issues. The Guidance will review each provision, provide analysis (including overlap, harmony, or conflict with the Clery Act, VAWA, and various state laws), and provide initial guidance regarding implementation and challenges that may arise.

Next Steps for SCI Members:

The Student Conduct Institute is reviewing the Regulations and preparing additional content for SCI member institutions. As always, all content will be included for institutions at no additional charge. This will include:

  • Trainings specific to meeting the new Title IX Rule obligations
  • Member phone calls to discuss the Regulations
  • New Modules
  • Additional Materials and Policy Language


V.  14 Things To Do Before 8/14

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Coming July 1, 2020:  the Members-only resources mentioned in this checklist will be accessible in the Title IX Toolkit on the SCI Web Platform.


VI.  A Comparison of Clery Act & Title IX Definitions of Sexual Assault & Related Violations


VII.  SUNY Flow Chart for Providers Comparing Title IX and Education Law 129-B