Title IX Coordinators

Title IX Coordinator
Susan L. Groff, Ed. D., Director, Institutional Equity and University Title IX Coordinator
Office of Equity and Inclusion
305 Hullihen Hall
302-831-3666 (direct), 302-831-8063 (main office)

Deputy Title IX Coordinator, for undergraduate students
Adam Cantley, Associate Dean of Students
Office of the Dean of Students
101 Hullihen Hall
302-831-8939 (main office)

Deputy Title IX Coordinator, For Athletics
Richard Stumpf, Associate Director of Athletic Compliance
117 Bob Carpenter Center

Deputy Title IX Coordinator, for faculty
Matt Kinservik, Vice-Provost for Faculty Affairs
Office of the Provost
116 Hullihen Hall 

Deputy Title IX Coordinator, for staff and graduate students
Becki Fogerty, Associate Director
Office of Equity & Inclusion
305 Hullihen Hall
302-831-8065 (direct), 302-831-8063 (main officer)

The University’s designated Title IX Coordinator will:

  • Monitor the University’s compliance with required policies and procedures
  • Ensure adequate, reliable and impartial investigation of complaints
  • Arrange for training for faculty, staff and students
  • Provide information on options and procedures for investigation

When should I contact a Title IX coordinator?
Any student, faculty or staff member who has concerns about sex discrimination or sexual misconduct is encouraged to seek the assistance of a Title IX coordinator.
Contact a coordinator if you:

  • Seek options and guidance on investigation of complaints if you think you may have encountered sex discrimination or sexual harassment
  • Wish to request training on Title IX
  • Have questions about UD’s policies and procedures.


As prepared by the Diversity and Equity Commission and The President's Diversity Initiative

The University of Delaware's educational mission is to prepare students to live in an increasingly interconnected and diverse world. To do so, we are committed to fostering a robust educational environment that supports critical thinking, free inquiry, and an understanding of diverse views and values. We see diversity as a core value and guiding principle for our educational mission and thus must work to make diversity an integral part of everyday life on campus. To this end, we take diversity to mean both the recognition and appreciation of the different backgrounds, values, and ideas of those who comprise our campus, as well as a commitment to ensuring that all people on our campus are treated according to principles of fairness, civility, dignity, and equity. We are committed to building an educational community that understands people from different backgrounds and economic circumstances, with different needs, and from diverse personal and philosophical beliefs. We want to make all people who are part of the University feel welcome and valued in campus life.