Office of the Title IX Coordinator

Title IX videos

UW is committed to providing safe, respectful, and inclusive learning and work environments. To support that commitment, the Office of the Title IX Coordinator has developed several brief videos to provide students, faculty, and staff with vital UW prevention and response information.

Responding with Care

This video provides information about how to respond to someone who discloses an experience of sex- and gender-based violence or harassment; it also provides ideas for connecting an individual to relevant support resources. Video length: 3.5 minutes.

Title IX & Employee Reporting Expectations

This video outlines the roles of three types of University of Washington employees with respect to what they can (or, in some cases, must) do when they learn of sex- and gender-based violence and harassment. Video length: 4 minutes. 

Title IX & Officials Required to Report

This video explains who Officials Required to Report are and outlines what those who are Officials Required to Report must do when they learn about sex- and gender-based violence or harassment. Video length: 5 minutes.

Title IX & SafeCampus

This video shares what someone can expect, what type of questions they might be asked, and what response they can anticipate when they contact SafeCampus about sex- and gender-based violence or harassment. Video length: 5 minutes.

If you have questions about any of these videos please contact titleix@uw.edu.

Credit: Videos were developed by Jonathan Beck and Kiana Swearingen in the Office of the Title IX Coordinator. The voices actors were Akhila Narayanan, Vincent Milay, and Jeffrey L. Cheatham II.