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Office of Civil Rights to hold office hours on Stanford campus

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Stanford Title IX Coordinator Catherine Glaze announced in an email to the student body on Monday that the Office of Civil Rights in the Department of Education will be visiting campus to hear from students.

In addition to pre-scheduled meetings with certain student groups, representatives from the Office of Civil Rights will be holding drop-in office hours on Jan. 18 and Jan. 19 from 1:45-2:45 p.m. in the East Asia Library. The Office of Civil Rights may also be available to meet with students outside of the scheduled times if contacted.

The announced purpose of the visit is to gather student thoughts and input regarding campus climate and how Stanford prevents and responds to incidents of sexual assault and harassment. Stanford is currently under investigation for the most Title IX complaints of any university in the country.

 

Contact Caleb Smith at caleb17 ‘at’ stanford.edu.

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Caleb Smith '17 is a Desk Editor from Oakland, California and is majoring in public policy. Outside the Daily, Caleb is Director of news at KZSU Stanford, the campus radio station. Have a tip or suggestion? Please contact him at caleb17 ‘at’ stanford.edu.
Office of Civil Rights to hold office hours on Stanford campus - The Stanford Daily