Skip to content
Scroll To Top

What is Title IX?

“No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination under any educational program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.” Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 to the 1964 Civil Rights Act

Title IX is most commonly associated with equal opportunity for women in athletics. However, it is so much more than that. Title IX is a federal law prohibiting sex discrimination in educational institutions receiving federal funding. While the two most common applications of the law are towards athletics and sexual harassment, Title IX also applies to: admissions, financial aid, academic matters, career services, counseling and medical services, and hiring and employment.

All members of the university community, guests and visitors have a right to be free from sexual misconduct. Sexual misconduct includes but is not limited to sexual harassment, sexual assault and other forms of sexual violence. If you have concerns or need to report an incident, please contact a Title IX Coordinator or Investigator.

Know your IX

Know Your IX

Here's a short video on the 9 things to know about Title IX in 89 seconds. Courtesy of

UAS has designated a Title IX Coordinator to respond to all reports of sexual misconduct. In addition to the Title IX Coordinator, UAS has designated a number of staff trained to assist in sharing resources and making referrals. To make a report of sexual harassment, sex discrimination or sexual violence, email or contact any staff member listed below.

Title IX Coordinator (Juneau/Regional)

In Ketchikan

Gail Klein

Student Services Manager, Title IX Resource Staff

Phone: 228-4508Fax: 225-3624


Ziegler Bldg, Room 203D, Ketchikan Campus

Ketchikan Campus


B.B.A, University of Alaska Fairbanks


I've loved living in Alaska since I first arrived here at the tender age of 2.  I've been blessed to see much of the state having lived in Chugiak, Talkeetna, Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Ketchikan.  The beauty and serenity of this special place we live (even with the large amounts of rain) is inspiring.  After graduating from a little Alaskan high school (we had a graduating class of 18 students) I attended the University of Alaska Fairbanks, graduating with a BA in Business Administration in 1990.  I 've had the pleasure of working with college students for over twenty years and I am inspired by the perseverance of our students as well as the power of education to help students change their lives for the better.


Advising contact for transfer, nursing, social work, elementary education and business students.

In Sitka

Nicole Rogers

Human Resources, Sitka Title IX Resource

Phone: 747-7706


Sitka Director's Office

Sitka Campus

Emergency Services

  • Emergency Services: 911
  • Bartlett Regional Hospital (*J): 907-796-8900
  • Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (*J): 907-463-4040
  • PeaceHealth Ketchikan Medical Center (*K): 907-225-5171
  • Mt. Edgecumbe Hospital (*S): 907-966-2411
  • Sitka Community Hospital (*S): 907-747-1760

Confidential Resources

  • UAS Counseling Services *(J, K, S): 907-796-6000
  • WISH: Women in Safe Homes (*K): 907-225-9474 (local) 1-800-478-9474 (toll-free)
  • SAFV: Sitkans Against Family Violence (*S): 907-747-6511 (local) 1-800-478-6511 (toll-free)
  • AWARE: Aiding Women in Abuse & Rape Emergencies (*J): 907-586-1090 (local) or 1-800-478-1090 (toll-free)
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233
  • RAINN National Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-800-656-4673
  • Alaska Network on Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault: 907-586-3650

 *J= Juneau, K = Ketchikan, S = Sitka

Confidential Resources are not required to share information about sexual misconduct with the Title IX office.

Helpful Information to Share with Survivors of Sexual Assault

  • Survivors can speak with someone at any time. Reporting is always a choice. Choosing one route does not exclude other options. Survivors should pursue whatever routes will be most helpful to recovery, and that pathway may change over time.
  • Confidential support is available through UAS Counseling Services (for local and distance students), community mental health care providers, religious leaders and the local women/family shelters.
  • If a survivor wishes to file a criminal complaint, she/he should contact their local police department. Advocates (available through local shelters) and attorneys can accompany survivors.

Required Title IX Training for Students and Employees

Your well-being is paramount. In the event you are unable to complete this training due to personal experiences, please fill out a request to be released from the training which will be submitted directly to your Title IX Coordinator. The identifying information you provide will be kept confidential.

Student Training

Safety is a priority at UAS. Students can only reach their highest potential if they feel safe and respected. UAS is committed to providing training to all students and employees to foster respectful and safe classrooms and campuses.

Beginning Fall 2017, degree-seeking students and students living in campus housing are required to complete online Title IX: Sex and Gender-based Discrimination Training. This requirement applies regardless of age or course delivery method; students enrolled in distance degree programs are required to complete the course.

To access the training:

  1. Log in to the UAOnline Student Training page
  2. Select Haven or Haven Plus. Note: if no courses load for your selection, click the "Add A Course" button in the upper right hand corner. Then select Haven or Haven Plus.

The training takes approximately 1 – 1.5 hours, and you can work at your own pace. Please plan to complete Part 1 of Haven or Haven Plus by October 31, 2017. Failure to do so will prevent access to Spring 2018 course registration.

Questions? Contact Eric Scott, Dean of Students: 907-796-6389.

Frequently Asked Questions

Please note: This course will cover sensitive issues. If you are uncomfortable at any point or want to speak to someone about this training, please contact your Dean of Students, Eric Scott. 907-796-6389 / or contact the UAS Counseling Center at 907-796-6000 Additional resources can be located on the University of Alaska "Stop the Silence" page.

  1. Log in to UAOnline with your username and password
  2. Select Student Services and Account Information
  3. Select Student Training
  4. Select Haven or Haven Plus
    Note: you will be redirected to log in again. Use your UA username and password.

If you’re able to log in, but no courses load, select the “Add a Course” button in the right hand corner, and select Haven or Haven Plus.

The training takes approximately an hour.

You can log in and out of the training as needed. Your progress will be saved.

All degree-seeking students, including distance degree-seeking students, are required to take the training. Title IX responsibilities and resources apply to all students, regardless of where and how they study.

It is the university’s policy that all residential students take the training, whether you are degree-seeking or not.

Yes! All students are encouraged to take the training. Follow the log in instructions above.

Contact Eric Scott, UAS Dean of Students and Campus Life at 907-796- 6389 or email

We’re sorry about that! This means that there has been an unexpected technical glitch. You’re welcome to contact Eric Scott, UAS Dean of Students and Campus Life at 907-796-6389 or email

No. Students should take the student Title IX training only. If you accidentally took the employee Title IX training, however, that training satisfies your annual requirement.

Yes. UAS has different policies and regulations and resources available to you, and this information is a part of the training.

UAS requires mandatory training annually. Our training cycle runs from July 1 through June 30th. Please retake the training to satisfy your annual requirement.

Yes! Please contact your Eric Scott, Dean of Students. 907-796-6389 or

Employee Training

In order for UAS to respond effectively and to proactively stop instances of sex and gender-based discrimination, all employees with the exception of Counseling and Health staff have been designated responsible employees. Responsible employees must report any sex or gender-based discrimination (sexual harassment, sexual assault or other forms of sexual violence, and gender-based discrimination) to the Title IX Coordinator within twenty four hours.

UAS is committed to train all responsible employees on how to recognize and identify sexual discrimination, the various forms of sexual harassment, our commitment to responding to allegations, how to file a report, and relevant resources available.

All employees must complete Title IX: Sex and Gender-based Discrimination Training within 30 days of hire and annually thereafter.

To access the training:

  1. Log in to the UAOnline Employee Training page
  2. Select Haven for Faculty and Staff

Part 1 of the training takes approximately 1 – 1.5 hours, and you can work at your own pace. You will receive Part 2 of the training 30 days after you complete Part 1. Part 2 takes approximately 10 minutes to complete.

Question? Contact your direct supervisor or Lori Klein, Title IX Coordinator: 907-796-6036.


Content maintained by Webmaster.


Content maintained by Webmaster.