The Title IX Coordinator is charged with monitoring the University’s compliance with Title IX; ensuring appropriate education and training for students and employees; coordinating the University’s investigation, response, and resolution of all reports under this Policy; and ensuring appropriate actions to eliminate Prohibited Conduct, prevent its recurrence, and remedy its effects. The Title IX Coordinator is supported by two Deputy Title IX Coordinators and other University administrators in the Office for Institutional Equity (OIE), the Office of Student Conflict Resolution (OSCR), the Dean of Students Office (DOSO), and other departments.
The Title IX Coordinator and Deputy IX Coordinators can be contacted by telephone, email, or in person during regular office hours:
Anthony Walesby, Title IX Coordinator
Pamela Heatlie, Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Elizabeth Seney, Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Office for Institutional Equity
2072 Administrative Services Building
1009 Greene Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109
(734) 763-0235 (telephone)
(734) 647-1388 (tty)
The University wants every student who may have experienced harm to get the support and information they need, regardless of whether they would like to move forward with a report of potential policy violations or criminal conduct to campus officials or to law enforcement. The University offers a wide range of resources to provide support and guidance in response to any incident of Prohibited Conduct. For comprehensive information on accessing University and community resources, including emergency and ongoing assistance; health, mental health, and advocacy services; options for reporting Prohibited Conduct to the University and/or law enforcement; and available support with academics, housing, and employment: (1) University students, faculty, and staff should refer to the Our Community Matters Resource Guide or contact the Office for Institutional Equity, and (2) third parties should contact the Title IX Coordinator to discuss available University and/or community resources and reasonable available assistance.