Pregnant and Parenting Rights on Campus
Title IX was enacted in 1972 to protect women from sex discrimination and has been applied strategically to assist female athletes. Since then, it has ensured, by law, that countless young women could embrace both their child and their education (or athletic scholarship).
Are your rights being violated?
- Have you been asked to leave your dorm room due to pregnancy or childbirth?
- Have you been banned from participation in club memberships, academic programs, intramural activities, or the like due to pregnancy or childbirth?
- Has a coach, professor, or academic advisor threatened the loss of your scholarship and any other type of financial aid due to pregnancy or childbirth?
- Have you been penalized from your team or in the classroom due to a medically necessary absence related to pregnancy or childbirth?
- Did a coach, professor, or academic advisor bully you into an abortion by threatening the loss of present or future opportunities?
If anything listed above is happening to you or someone you know, please fill out the form below. To find out more about Title IX Rights, to read The Pregnant on Campus Bill of Rights, and to download resources to help you inform your administration of YOUR RIGHTS, click here: https://pregnantoncampus.org/title-ix/. We’re here to help you through the process!
*All information disclosed will be kept confidential unless otherwise agreed upon between the student affected and Students for Life of America.