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The BYU-Idaho Title IX Office and its confidential support contacts are here to help you with any questions or concerns about Title IX.
Title IX Office
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Nick Rammell 
Title IX Coordinator 

290 Kimball Building 
Confidential Support Contacts
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Emily Brumbaugh
Sexual Assault Support Counselor

BYU-Idaho Counseling Center, 285 SHC

The Sexual Assault Support Counselor (SASC) assists students at Brigham Young University - Idaho who have experienced rape, sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking or other interpersonal violence. The SASC provides support, stabilization counseling, guidance and information to help students make more informed choices regarding their situation. All services are free and confidential.
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Timothy Belnap,
University Chaplain Confidential Advisor to Responding Parties

120 Kimball Building

The Confidential Advisor to Responding Parties is available to meet with any student identified as a “Responding Party” (the person accused of causing the harm) in a BYU-Idaho Title IX investigation. The Advisor is an impartial individual not otherwise involved in the investigation or disciplinary process. The Advisor is available to provide the Responding Party a confidential setting to ask questions and obtain information about the Title IX investigation process. The Advisor can also help the Responding Party access other resources on campus that may be desired (e.g. counseling, etc.). The Advisor’s services are free and confidential.