Sexual Misconduct Policies

Mississippi State is committed to preventing all forms of sexual misconduct, and to ensuring prompt, fair investigation and appropriate remedial measures whenever it occurs.

See MSU Sexual Misconduct Policies


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Reporting and Confidential Assistance

If you or someone you know has experienced sexual assault or other forms of sexual misconduct, you have multiple options for reporting to MSU or to law enforcement.

See Reporting Options

Sexual Misconduct FAQ

Common questions and answers to questions about MSU’s Title IX and Sexual Misconduct policies.

Sexual Misconduct FAQ

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Syllabus Statements

All course syllabi should contain the university’s standardized statement on Title IX and sexual misconduct. Additionally, faculty may choose to notify students of their mandatory reporter status via a statement in the course syllabus.

Syllabus Statements

Title IX Personnel Training

Mississippi State provides regular training to investigators, adjudicators, Title IX coordinators, and other personnel involved in the resolution of sexual misconduct matters.

View Title IX at MSU PowerPoint

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Forms and Other Resources

See below for forms supplied by The Office of Civil Rights Compliance as well as other resources available on campus.

Investigation Forms Other Resources