The Title IX Investigation Office (TIXIO) investigates complaints that a University student may have engaged in conduct that violates any of the sexual misconduct provisions of the University of Washington’s Student Conduct Code (WAC 478-121), including sexual assault, sexual harassment, sexual exploitation, indecent exposure, relationship violence, stalking, and domestic violence, and retaliation. TIXIO also investigates students alleged to have engaged in conduct that may have violated Title IX regulations issued by the U.S. Department of Education.
Contact TIXIO with a Concern About a Student
Anyone at any time can contact TIXIO about their concerns via email or by leaving a voicemail.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (206) 616-5334
For concerns about the conduct of employees, visit the University Complaint Investigation and Resolution Office (UCIRO) here.
TIXIO does not investigate other forms of student misconduct. These complaints are addressed through the student conduct process.
What to Expect After You Contact TIXIO
Once you contact TIXIO, someone from the Office will reach out to you and connect you with a TIXIO investigator. The TIXIO investigator will contact you to set up an intake meeting to discuss your concerns, answer any questions you might have about TIXIO’s process, and provide other campus referrals or resources that may be available to you.
For more information on the process after your initial report, see the Student Conduct Policy for Discriminatory and Sexual Harassment, Intimate Partner Violence, Sexual Misconduct, Stalking, and Retaliation.
For more information on the Title IX process, see Executive Order No. 70: Compliance with Education Department Sexual Harassment Regulations.