Sexual Misconduct and Title IX

Bowling Green State University is committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment for our students, faculty, staff and visitors. This commitment is woven into our campus culture, where everyone looks out for – and supports – each other. It also aligns with our primary core value – respect for one another.

As a community, we must all come together to prevent misconduct from occurring on our campus. We must make sure survivors are properly supported. And we must ensure that our processes are thorough, fair, equitable and respectful.

We are dedicated to these goals and have recently strengthened our efforts in several key areas including prevention and care. It is vitally important that the support services and processes we have in place evolve to meet the needs of our students, faculty, staff and visitors.

BGSU does not tolerate sexual misconduct. The University is prepared to handle situations of sexual misconduct whether they occur on campus or off campus. BGSU has a Task Force on Sexual Assault comprised of students, faculty, staff and a victim advocate to address this issue. Please visit the Task Force News page for updates on their progress. BGSU offers a variety of programs and services that focus on education, prevention and response to sexual offenses, but we are always looking for ways to improve, so feel free to provide your feedback.

For more information on how BGSU can help with sexual misconduct prevention, please visit our Resources Page.

Center for Violence Prevention and Education

The Center seeks to foster a culture that prioritizes consent and respect and actively responds to survivors by supporting them and their allies.

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Office of Title IX

The Office of Title IX at BGSU is committed to cultivating a campus environment free from harassment and sex and gender-based discrimination through reporting, education, prevention, response, and remediation.

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How can you help others?

Become a Peer Educator

Becoming a peer educator is a great way to get involved on campus, strengthen public speaking skills with presentations, and make new friends. It gives students the opportunity to learn from other students as well. A class is offered to those interested in peer education.  

The peer education program strives to promote all aspects of wellness by raising awareness and knowledge about healthier living through outreach and role modeling. The primary goal is to develop fun, interactive and educational programs that reach the entire BGSU community.

Peer educators present on various wellness topics, including nutrition, body image, alcohol and other drugs and sexual health. Become a member and find out what peer education is about!

Contact Faith DeNardo at for more information.

Updated: 04/04/2023 08:33AM