Yale's Title IX Office is an important part of the university’s efforts to foster an environment of respect and belonging. The Title IX Office is available to consult with members of the community about their concerns and questions related to sex- and gender-based discrimination. This includes sexual misconduct, as well as discrimination or harassment on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, non-conformance with gender stereotypes, and parenting or pregnancy status.
The Graduate School has four embedded Deputy Title IX Coordinators who are available to consult with members of the community. By disclosing a concern to a Deputy Title IX Coordinator, you can get help to review options, identify and implement supportive measures, and connect with other campus resources. Disclosing a concern to a Deputy Title IX Coordinator is not the same as bringing a complaint to the university and supportive measures may be requested without filing a complaint.
Some community members prefer to contact a Deputy Title IX Coordinator who works directly with their school; others prefer to contact a Deputy Title IX Coordinator from another area of campus. Concerns can also be reported directly to the Title IX Office by filling out this form.
Formal complaints of sexual misconduct may be referred to the University-Wide Committee on Sexual Misconduct.
The individuals listed are designated Deputy Title IX coordinators for the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
The Title IX Office is an important part of Yale’s efforts to foster an environment of respect and belonging, consulting with members of the Yale community about their concerns and questions related to sex- and gender-based discrimination. This includes sexual misconduct, as well as discrimination or harassment on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, non-conformance with gender stereotypes, and parenting or pregnancy status.
SHARE provides crisis support, advocacy, and referral to on-going care for all members of the Yale community dealing with sexual misconduct of any kind, including sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, intimate partner violence, and more. SHARE also offers on-going counseling for students (undergraduate, graduate, and professional) focused on processing issues related to sexual misconduct.
Acts of discrimination and harassment are contrary to the community standards and ideals of our university. If you have experienced discrimination or harassment, been witness to a situation, or just need to talk, we encourage you to seek support. The resources, offices, and individuals highlighted on this site are available to provide guidance and to help you through informal or formal complaint procedures.
Yale Mental Health and Counseling provides a full range of free mental health services to Yale Students. To access individual therapy, medication management, and/or group therapy, students should call Yale Mental Health and Counseling at 203-432-0290 and schedule an intake appointment. Students in urgent need can call 24/7 to speak with an on-call clinician.
The Yale University Office of LGBTQ Resources is a community center that partners to maintain a coalition of LGBTQ organizations across campus and in the community. Our mission is to support and empower students, faculty, staff, and alumni of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and expressions to strengthen and unite our Yale University community.
Belonging at Yale is the name for the university’s activities to enhance diversity, support equity, and promote an environment of welcome, inclusion, and respect.