Office of Civil Rights Compliance: Title IX and Equity

University of Bridgeport is committed to providing a workplace and educational environment, as well as other benefits, programs, and activities that are free from discrimination, harassment, and retaliation.

Immediate Crisis Support

If you have experienced a sexual assault or intimate partner violence (dating violence or domestic violence) and need immediate crisis support, please contact any of the following:

Campus Security

Bridgeport Police

  • PhoneEmergency: 911
  • PhoneNon-Emergency: (203) 576-7671

UB Student Counseling Services

The Center for Family Justice - 24/7 Crisis Hotlines

  • PhoneSexual violence: (203) 333-2233
  • PhoneDating/Domestic Violence: (203) 384-9559

Have you experienced dating, domestic, or sexual violence?

Speak to our campus advocate    File a Report    Rights, resources, and options    Preserving evidence


Title IX is part of the United States Education Amendments of 1972, which protects people from discrimination based on sex in education programs and activities that receive federal financial assistance. University of Bridgeport is committed to preventing or eliminating all forms of sex-based discrimination and consistent with this commitment, it strictly prohibits sexual assault and all forms of intimate partner violence, stalking, or harassing conduct.

File a Report    UB's DHSMR Policy    Title IX Team Training Materials

Office of Civil Rights Compliance: Title IX and Equity

Dani Reicherts
Title IX and Equity Coordinator
Alden Minick
Associate Director of Title IX and Equity Compliance
File a Report    UB’s DHSMR Policy