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Hello Bobcats,

I hope your fall semester is off to a good start! My name is Kyleen Breslin, and I am the Managing Director of MSU's Office of Institutional Equity and the University's Title IX Coordinator. I am passionate about ensuring all MSU educational programs are free from protected-class discrimination and harassment. This includes helping students access valuable resources, such as The VOICE Center.

Office of Institutional Equity

The Office of Institutional Equity oversees MSU's Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation Policy. You have the right to access MSU's educational programs and activities free from protected-class discrimination and harassment. This includes but is not limited to pregnancy discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, stalking, dating violence, and domestic violence 

OIE responds to reports of protected-class discrimination and harassment -- including interpersonal violence. Here are some of the resources we can provide:

  • Conduct formal investigations led by a trained Civil Rights Investigator. 
  • Help the people involved in a situation reach an informal resolution or agreement. 
  • Offer individualized services designed to keep you safe and successful at MSU. These supportive and protective measures may include mutual no-contact orders, academic support, and referrals to campus and community resources. 
  • Partner with the Office of Disability Services to help make reasonable accommodations for pregnant or parenting students. 

To report a concern of discrimination, harassment, or sexual violence, please visit

VOICE Center

I also want to introduce another great resource on campus, The VOICE Center.

The VOICE Center supports all students impacted by sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking, and sexual harassment. The VOICE Center strives to ensure that all survivors and those supporting survivors have the space they need to heal by providing students with a dedicated and specialized support space.

Any experience of violence, whether recent or historical, can have an impact on many aspects of life including academics, work, personal relationships, and more. The VOICE Center offers emotional support and connects survivors to any resources they might need. The VOICE Center is available 24/7 through text or calling at 406.944.7069, and walk-ins are welcome during business hours in SUB 370.

To request training or educational resources from The Office of Institutional Equity or the VOICE Center, please visit

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