Christian Brothers University is committed to Lasallian principles of respecting one another, ensuring that we develop a diverse, inclusive, and supporting community, having faith in the presence of God, and providing the highest quality education for our students. We carry out these values “together and by association” by adhering to not just a shared set of beliefs about the importance of our community but also a shared set of policies, procedures, and guidelines established to promote equity, fairness, and best practices across the University. 

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is a federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex, Gender-based harassment, sexual misconduct, domestic or dating violence, and stalking.

Title IX prohibition of the basis of sex, includes prohibits discrimination based on pregnancy, childbirth, false pregnancy, termination of pregnancy, or recovery from any of these conditions.

The University makes adjustments to the education program or activities that are reasonable and responsive to a student or employee’s temporary pregnancy status. Title IX requires a recipient to provide the same special services to a pregnant student that it provides to students with temporary medical conditions. Adjustments or requests are assessed on a case-by-case basis with interactive dialogue between the faculty/staff member and the student. 

Faculty or staff are required to report any requests for adjustments to

Sexual Misconduct Incident Reporting Form

Title IX Coordinator

Primary Title IX Coordinator

Dr. Robert Dotson, Dean of Students serves as the Title IX Coordinator. He manages Title IX compliance, including the response and resolution of discrimination based on sex or Gender-based harassment, including sexual assault. He manages the Deputy Title IX Coordinators, training, prevention education, and communications. 

The Title IX Coordinator will respond to and manage allegations against students.

(901) 321-3254 |

Deputy Title IX Coordinator

Theresa Jacques, Associate VP, Human Resources Director will respond and manage allegations against employees or visitors.

(901) 321-3474 |

Jessica Nagle, University Deputy Title IX Coordinator will respond and manage allegations against students, employees, or visitors.

(650) 383-4753 Ext.145 |


Community Resource Guide for Reporting Sexual Misconduct Pregnancy & Parenting Rights Resolution Options & Processes