Accused/Respondent Rights

Title IX

* A respondent always has the right to know what conduct violation they are being charged with before any investigation or hearing procedures begin.

Other Due Process Rights for the Respondent

  • The right to a fair and equitable process
  • The right to legal counsel
  • The right to an advisor and an additional support person throughout the process
  • The right to receive periodical updates throughout the process
  • The right to present evidence and/or witnesses
  • The right to receive a draft of the investigator's report to review and respond to
  • The right to be notified of the final outcome, including the reasons used to support the finding
  • The right to appeal