Montana Tech is committed to providing a safe and equitable environment for students, faculty, staff, alumni, friends, visitors and the community. Montana Tech takes very seriously its responsibilities under Title IX, the Clery Act (and its SaVE amendments), the Civil Rights Act and the Violence Against Women Act as they relate to sexual assault, sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, discrimination, retaliation and bullying.

To these ends, Montana Tech has developed updated policies, procedures and training which strive to make sure that relevant inappropriate behavior is prevented or otherwise stopped and that those affected are treated both equitably and sensitively.

Policies & Procedures

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Training Materials

Montana Tech employees involved in the University’s Title IX Process such as the Title IX Coordinator, investigators, decision-makers, and any person who facilitates an informal resolution process, receive the training required by Title IX. The training includes, among other things, how to serve impartially and without bias. You may review the training materials used below.

Title IX Coordinator

Vanessa Van Dyk
MG 205A