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Title IX Office

Title IX • Sexual Misconduct • Power-Based Violence

ULM does not discriminate, or tolerate discrimination, against any member of its community on the basis of sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, or gender identity) in matters of admissions, employment, or in any aspect of the educational programs or activities it offers. As a recipient of federal financial assistance for education activities, ULM is required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 to ensure that all of its education programs and activities do not discriminate on the basis of sex.

Sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking are forms of sex discrimination, which are prohibited under Title IX. Furthermore, ULM’s Sexual Misconduct and Power Based Violence Policy prohibits all types of sexual misconduct, including sexual exploitation and power-based violence. This policy also prohibits retaliation against any person opposing sex discrimination, sexual misconduct and power-based violence or participating in any sex discrimination, sexual misconduct and power-based violence investigation or complaint process internally or externally.


What Does the Title IX Office Do?


Reports of Sexual Discrimination, Sexual Misconduct/Power-Based Violence or Retaliation

Reports of sex discrimination, sexual misconduct and power-based violence as well as questions regarding Title IX and concerns about non-compliance should be directed to the Title IX Coordinator. Reports may be submitted in person, by phone, in writing, electronically, or anonymously and may be submitted by complainants, third parties or bystanders to the Title IX Coordinator.

Treina Kimble - Special Projects Officer and Title IX Coordinator
Office Location: University Library Suite 612
Phone: (318) 342-1004
Email: kimble@ulm.edu

Any person may submit a report of sex discrimination, sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking (on the basis of sex), power-based violence and retaliation 24 hours a day by completing ULM's on-line form at the link below. Reports can be made anonymously.

Sex Discrimination Sexual Misconduct Power-Based Violence Report Form


Confidential Advisors

Individuals wishing to obtain confidential assistance without making a report to the University may do so by speaking with a confidential advisor. The following persons are designated Confidential Advisors:

Ms. Karen Foster - ULM Counseling Center (318)342-5220 or via email at kfoster@ulm.edu

Ms. Kim Storm- ULM Counseling Center (318) 342-5220 or via email at storm@ulm.edu

Ms. Brittina Johnson – ULM Counseling Center (318) 342-5220 or via email at brjohnson@ulm.edu

Ms. Kimberly Bradshaw – ULM Counseling Center (318) 342-5220 or via email at kbradshaw@ulm.edu

Mr. Cole Thornton – ULM Counseling Center (318) 342-5220 or via email at cothornton@ulm.edu

Mr. Russell Hollis – ULM Counseling Center (318) 342-5220 or via email at rhollis@ulm.edu


Amnesty Policy

Individuals who participate in the reporting/investigation process, whether as the complainant or as a witness, are expected to provide truthful information in accordance with the University's Standards of Conduct. It is the policy of the University to provide amnesty for any student who reports in good faith, sexual misconduct/power-based violence. Immunity will not apply to an individual who perpetrates or assists in the perpetration of sexual misconduct/power-based violence. The University shall not sanction the student for a nonviolent student conduct violation, such as underage drinking, that is revealed in the course of such a report.


University Police Department and Campus Safety

If an incident or situation is criminal in nature, immediately contact University Police Department. Possible threats to campus safety should also be reported to the University Police Department immediately.

The University Police Department is located at Filhiol Hall, 3811 DeSiard Street, and can be reached by phone at 318-342-5350 or 911 for emergencies.

The University Police Department publishes Power-Based Violence Crime Statistics Reports that contain updated campus crime statistics to meet the requirements of ACT 447 of the 2021 Regular Legislative Session of the Louisiana

Legislature and the BOR Uniform Policy on Power-Based Violence/Sexual Misconduct.

In addition, the University Police Department publishes Annual Security & Fire Reports, the most recent is the 2021 Annual Security and Fire Report that contains updated campus crime statistics and security policies.

ULM has adopted policies and procedures to be in compliance with the federal and state requirements related to Title IX, the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination (SAVE) Act.


Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Law Enforcement

The University of Louisiana Monroe has a written memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Ouachita Parish District Attorney’s Office, the Monroe Police Department, the West Monroe Police Department, the Sterlington Police Department, the Richwood Police Department, the Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Office, and Louisiana Delta Community College (LDCC). This working agreement is recognized as a cooperative, collaborative commitment between the all the parties, to delineate responsibilities and share information, in accordance with applicable state and federal confidentiality laws, including by not limited to trends regarding power-based violence committed by or against students of an institution.

With signature to this MOU by all parties, representatives are demonstrating a commitment to the requirements of La R.S 17:3399.14

The current ULM MOU with Law Enforcement is linked below in PDF format:

ULM MOU with Law Enforcement Regarding Power-Based Violence


Chancellor’s Report

The University publishes a Chancellor’s Report regarding the formal complaints of sexual misconduct/power-based violence received by the University as well as training completion statistics of the University’s responsible employees. This report is published to meet the administrative reporting requirements of ACT 447 of the 2021 Regular Legislative Session of the Louisiana Legislature and the BOR Uniform Policy on Power-Based Violence/Sexual Misconduct.