Kimberly Dexter
Director of Equal Opportunity, Title IX, and ADA Compliance
University Title IX Coordinator

Dwight Hall, suite 207
100 State Street
Framingham, MA  01701

The University Title IX Coordinator has primary responsibility for Title IX compliance at FSU.  The coordinator also does intake of reports and complaints regarding sexual harassment, sexual violence, relationship violence, and stalking involving employees, visitors, vendors, and other 3rd parties and coordinates the investigatory process.  The coordinator can assist in making adjustments to work situations as well as provide a victim's advocate.

Employee Assistance Program
Our employees and their families have access to an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) through AllOne Health.  AllOne provides confidential counseling services as well as provides resources and referrals for sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, legal assistance, and other needs that our employees may have. This service is available 24/7 by calling 1-800-451-1834.  You can also access resources on their website www.allonehealtheap.com.  Please contact HR for log in information.

Domestic Violence Leave
Governor Deval Patrick recently signed new legislation in the area of domestic violence entitled "An Act Relative to Domestic Violence."  This new law, which is effective immediately, provides employees with up to 15 days of leave annually if the employee, or a covered family member of the employee, is a victim of abusive behavior.  In response, the University developed the following policy that provides more detailed information about employees’ entitlement to this leave.  
Policy Regarding Domestic Violence Leave 

Local and Remote Resources
Local and remote resources are available to all members of our community.