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COVID-19 News from Title IX

During the University’s monitoring of COVID-19 and in an effort to provide service to our community members, the Title IX Office will continue to receive reports of sexual misconduct.  The best ways to reach out to the Title IX Office and submit a report is through our online form or through email at You can also leave a voicemail message at 540-568- 5219.

Thank you for patience as we navigate this unprecedented time together.


Title IX at JMU

The Title IX Office at JMU receives, responds to, and address all reports of sexual misconduct* involving members of the university community. Title IX also oversees and supports university efforts to prevent and eliminate sexual misconduct.

We Do This By

  • Responding to individual incidents to provide support and resources to those who have experienced harm;
  • Providing education and training to faculty, staff, and students focused on supporting a healthy, affirming community;
  • Increasing overall community knowledge about resources and options;
  • Preventing re-occurrences and future occurrences by assuring that all members of the university community now what behaviors are prohibited and the options that exist for reporting and addressing sexual misconduct;
  • Investigating Formal Complaints of Sexual Misconduct.


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*Sexual Misconduct encompasses sexual assault, sexual violence, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, relational violence, sexual exploitation, stalking, and non-consensual relationships.  Sexual Misconduct can involve persons of the same or different sex, sexual orientation, gender, or gender identity.

JMU Policy 1340 Sexual Misconduct sets out the university’s commitment to providing a workplace and learning environment free from sexual misconduct.

Title IX Coordinator

Amy Sirocky-Meck, Director of the Title IX Office, serves as the university's Title IX Coordinator. The Title IX Office treats all disclosures and reports of sexual misconduct with great care and confidentiality while also balancing the duty to provide for individual and campus safety.

Amy Sirocky-Meck
Madison Hall 4035
100 East Grace Street, MSC 7806
Harrisonburg, VA  22807
Title IX Office: (540) 568-5219

Incidents of Sex and Gender-based discrimination that are not sexual misconduct should be reported to the Office of Equal Opportunity.
Learn more about Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and oversight responsibilities of the U.S. Department of Education.
JMU Non-Discrimination Statement

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