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Title IX Policy and Procedure

The LMU Office of Institutional Compliance

Mission Statement: The Office of Institutional Compliance at Lincoln Memorial University is committed to upholding the values stated in the University Mission and Purpose Statement as well as the University’s Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action, and Nondiscrimination Policy. The Office of Institutional Compliance investigates allegations of prohibited discrimination, harassment, and retaliation involving members of the LMU academic community. The Office of Institutional Compliance is committed to identifying and providing appropriate training for students, faculty, staff, and affiliated organizations to ensure compliance with state and federal laws to create an environment conducive to growth and learning.

Title IX at LMU
The Office of Institutional Compliance oversees the University's compliance with federal law and handles all complaints of discrimination. The Title IX Coordinator is designated to oversee the University's compliance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. The Title IX Coordinator coordinates the University's response to alleged discrimination on the basis of sex, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking, in accordance with the University's policies and procedures. The Deputy Title IX Coordinator(s) & Compliance Officer(s) support the Title IX Coordinator in these efforts.

Ms. Rebekah Webb, M.Ed., Title IX Coordinator & Institutional Compliance Officer
Phone: (423) 869-6315 or Emails: and
Office: Cumberland Gap Offices #3 (Next-door to the Lincoln's Closet)
609 Colwyn St., Cumberland Gap, TN 37724

Lincoln Memorial University works to maintain academic, housing, and employment environments that are free of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, domestic or dating violence, and stalking.

On April 19, 2024, the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights released new regulations under Title IX.  The new regulations mandate how universities must investigate and adjudicate reports of sexual harassment, as well as give support to complainants and students who are pregnant and parenting.

University leaders are actively assessing the new Title IX regulations to gauge their potential impact on our Lincoln Memorial University campuses. Our commitment to transparency and inclusivity with our campus community remains a priority. Our current policy meets and exceeds the minimum requirements outlined in the current federal Title IX regulations and this will remain our priority going forward.

Note that all stakeholders will be trained in the new regulations, including student leaders, student employees, and student athletes.

If you have any questions about the new Title IX regulations, please contact Title IX Coordinator Becky Webb at