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The university is aware that by signing the agreement, it is committed to providing data and other information in a timely manner in accordance with the reporting obligation of this agreement. In addition, the University is aware that oCR may, at the time of the OCR`s monitoring of this agreement, if necessary, visit the university, interview staff and students, and request additional reports or data necessary from the OCR to determine whether the University has met the terms of this agreement. After the fulfilling of the commitments made by the university under this agreement, the OCR will close the case. The university understands and recognizes that the OCR may initiate administrative or judicial enforcement proceedings to enforce the specific conditions and obligations of this agreement. Before the opening of the administrative execution (34 C.F.R. 100.9, 100.10) or judicial proceedings to enforce the agreement, the OCR will inform the university in writing of the alleged offence and sixty (60) calendar days for the execution of the alleged offence. In February 2017, the University of Alaska entered into a voluntary resolution agreement with the U.S. Board of Education. The agreement is the result of an audit of the university`s handling of sexual assault and sexual harassment that affects students and staff on AU campuses.

This agreement outlines a wide range of compliance issues, including 23 cases, which are examples of problems across the system, ranging from very serious errors to documentation problems, and outlines specific steps we will take to improve campus security and climate throughout the University of Alaska system. In order to resolve the aforementioned complaint filed under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the Civil Rights Office (OCR) of the U.S. Department of Education and the University of Hawaii (University) enter into the following agreement. This agreement replaces the agreement reached by the university on February 9, 2018. This agreement was made voluntarily and does not constitute a confession of responsibility, non-compliance or fault of the university. The system focuses on the Title IX coordinator of each university, whose duties are to communicate with all members of the Community with respect to Title IX, to ensure institutional respect, to provide training on Title IX, to provide information on how individuals can access their rights and to respond to complaints or reports.

Posted on December 19th, 2020 | filed under Uncategorized |

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