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June 4, 2024

Title IX 2024 Regulations & Compliance Requirements – What Higher Education Needs to Know


Higher Education


Compliance and CertificationPreventionStaff Training

The Department of Education recently released the new Title IX regulations on April 19, 2024, which will replace the Final Rule on Title IX released in May 2020.

As colleges and universities quickly review and adjust to these new regulations, it is essential for them to understand the significant changes around sexual discrimination and harassment.

Join Vector Solutions and Rebecca Veidlinger, Title IX and campus sexual misconduct expert, on Tuesday, June 4, 2024, for a discussion on these new requirements and what colleges and universities need to implement before the start of the 2024-25 academic year.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this webinar, participants will:

  • Explain the expanded scope of the new regulations and the revised definitions. 
  • Examine the mandatory reporting requirements of various institutional employees. 
  • Discuss the different grievance process requirements for different kinds of sex discrimination matters. 
  • Discuss training requirements for campus members. 
  • Q&A 


Rebecca Veidlinger

Rebecca Veidlinger

Title IX Attorney

Rebecca Leitman Veidlinger is an attorney in private practice specializing in Title IX and the institutional prevention of, and response to, gender-based discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual violence. Rebecca’s law practice also includes conducting comprehensive Title IX compliance and systems reviews for educational communities, examining past responses to complaints of sexual misconduct and providing recommendations for best practices in the field.

Rebecca teaches and trains on school-related sexual misconduct nationwide.  She teaches a seminar on Title IX at the University of Michigan School of Law.  She also serves as an instructor for the State University of New York’s (SUNY) Student Conduct Institute, leading modules on sexual misconduct investigative practice.  She is also a contributing author to SUNY’s Joint Guidance on Federal Title IX Regulations, a free comprehensive online resource geared to providing high-quality Title IX interpretation, insights, and practice tips for institutions of higher education.

Before entering private practice, Rebecca held in-house Title IX positions—investigator and Interim Deputy Title IX Coordinator—at two large research universities. Rebecca is the former sex crimes prosecutor in Monroe County, Indiana (home of Indiana University), where she prosecuted hundreds of cases of domestic and sexual violence involving children and adults. Rebecca received a Juris Doctor, cum laude, from the Georgetown University Law Center, a Master’s Degree in public policy and women’s studies from The George Washington University, and a Bachelor’s Degree from McGill University.

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