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Office for Equity & Accessibility

2021-22 Title IX annual report available

Burruss Hall. Photo by Ray Meese for Virginia Tech.

Burruss Hall. Photo by Ray Meese for Virginia Tech.

The Office for Equity and Accessibility promotes a learning and working environment free from harassment and discrimination for employees and students. We strengthen the university’s core institutional values of equitable practices through civility, compliance and education while mitigating risks. This office is responsible for the university’s :

  • Americans with Disability Act and section 504 compliance
  • Affirmative action program and section 503 compliance
  • Compliance related trainings and conflict resolution program
  • Prevention efforts; as well as, response to discrimination, harassment and sexual misconduct. 

Title IX Training Materials

In compliance with the Department of Education’s regulations on Title IX, 34 CFR 106.45,  training materials used by Virginia Tech to train Title IX administrators, including Title IX coordinators, Title IX investigators, and decision makers are available by clicking the link below.

Requesting help

Learn more about how to request assistance for concerns relating to harassment and discrimination or for ADA accommodations.

Federal laws, state laws, and executive orders

Learn about the federal laws, state laws and executive orders that help Virginia Tech create a community free from discrimination and harassment.

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Office for Equity and Accessibility
220 Gilbert Street, Suite 5200 (0150)
Blacksburg, VA 24061


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