The Catholic University of America

Title IX, Sexual Harassment, Sexual Assault, and Sexual Violence

Title IX prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in educational programs and activities receiving federal financial assistance. The Catholic University of America is committed to preventing and responding to discrimination on the basis of sex, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking.

This website covers:

> Ways for victims of sexual violence to obtain help

> Frequently asked questions about sexual violence

> University policies and procedures

> Key contacts at the University

 

Contact Information

Frank Vinik
Title IX Coordinator
Leahy 170, Human Resources
tel. 202-319-4177
titleix-coord@cua.edu 

Kim Gregory
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Leahy 271, Department of Public Safety
tel. 202-319-6062
gregoryk@cua.edu

 

Other Important Contact Information

CUA Counseling Center:
202-319-5765

Dean of Students:
202-319-5619

Student Health Services:
202-319-5744

DC Rape Crisis 24-HR Hotline:
202-333-7273

DC Metropolitan Police:
202-727-3700

Washington Hospital Center ER:
202-877-7632