Department COVID-19 Updates:

Title IX/ Sexual Misconduct Reporting

NCTA is dedicated to the prevention of sexual misconduct, and providing a safe campus for students, faculty, and staff.

NCTA has established procedures and policies to investigate complaints and address identified concerns. UNL has a designated Title IX Coordinator to ensure the institution's compliance with Title IX. UNL's Title IX Coordinator is Jennifer McConville.  For further information regarding Title IX or any other nondiscrimination complaint policy/procedure, please contact 308-367-5259.


To file A Title IX Complaint with NCTA, fill out this form, or contact:

Jennifer McConville
Associate Dean, Title IX Coordinator
404 E. 7th
Curtis, NE 69034


A list of resources are available at this page:

NU’s Sexual Misconduct policy can be found here:  

File a Complaint with the Office of Civil Rights.
The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) of the U.S. Department of Education enforces Title IX. For more information, see


Where Can I Find Information About the NCTA’s Complaint Investigation Process?

For students, the Student Code of Conduct, Appendix A contains information about the complaint and appeal process regarding complaints of sexual misconduct. Click here for a copy of Appendix A.

For employees, the University’s Response to Allegations of Employee Sexual Misconduct Policy contains information about the complaint and appeal process regarding complaints of sexual misconduct. Click here for a copy of the Policy.

Generally, when NCTA receives notice or a complaint of a behavior that may violate the university sexual misconduct policy, a Title IX investigator will conduct an impartial, neutral investigation. The investigator will generally interview both parties and witnesses, examine any evidence presented by the parties and examine any other available evidence. The investigator will, at the conclusion of the investigation, issue a determination about whether a violation occurred and recommend sanctions if any are found to be appropriate.

Will I Suffer Retaliation for Reporting?

Fear of retaliation should never be an obstacle to reporting an incident of discrimination, harassment or sexual misconduct. Any individual who believes he or she has been subjected to misconduct is encouraged to report and has the right to seek support and utilize available resources without fear of retaliation. Retaliation for reporting concerns or violations of policy is prohibited by the NCTA. NCTA prohibits retaliatory conduct taken against any person who reports concerns, files a police report, or files a complaint with NCTA. Retaliation is also prohibited against anyone who participates in an investigation as a witness. Retaliation is a separate violation of NCTA policy. Sanctions available for sexual misconduct violations are also available for retaliatory conduct. If you believe you have been subjected to retaliation for filing a sexual misconduct complaint, please contact the Title IX Coordinator.