Annual Reports

Annual Report description: 

The Annual Reports provide information about instances of sexual misconduct, dating and domestic violence, stalking, and certain forms of retaliation that were reported to the Title IX and Gender Equity Office during the applicable fiscal year (July 1 to June 30). For some years, the Annual Reports also include information on reports of sexual harassment and other forms of sex- and gender-based discrimination and harassment that were made to the Title IX and Gender Equity Office.  The Annual Reports also include data on the number of investigations initiated during each academic year, as well as aggregated data on outcomes for every formal and informal resolution that were resolved within that same timeframe.

The purpose of publishing the Annual Reports is to promote transparency (within the constraints of confidentiality), raise awareness, and promote productive community dialogue. Please email the Title IX and Gender Equity Office at if you have any queestions about the Annual Report.

Title IX Annual Report 22-23

The first dashboard allows you to navigate and toggle through data on the number of reports the Title IX Office received in a given month and/or year; the types of reports we received; demographic details on the individuals involved in reports; and the number of people who requested and received Supportive Measures from the Title IX Office. You may also compare the data from AY 22-23 to the data from AY 21-22.  

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The second dashboard allows you to toggle through data relating to investigations undertaken by the Title IX Office. On this dashboard, you will find data on the number and types of investigations we opened; the number of investigations we closed; and the outcomes.

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A quick note on the data: As you review the data, it is important to note the distinction between a “report” and a “complaint.” A report is any information shared with the Title IX Office that involves suspected Title IX misconduct. A report can be made directly by a complainant, or by anyone else who wants to share information with the Title IX Office, including  a witness or Responsible Employee. When we receive a report, we promptly send a letter to the complainant with information about supportive resources and investigation options, as well as an offer to meet. If the person then submits a complaint, we commence an investigation in every instance where there is a possible violation of the CSU Nondiscrimination Policy. Because we prioritize a complainant’s agency and autonomy, we generally only initiate an investigation upon request. Therefore, the number of reports reflected in the data is greater than the number of investigations opened by the Title IX Office.

Prior Campus Annual Reports

Please email the Title IX and Gender Equity Office at if you have questions regarding the information in the Annual Reports.