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Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is a federal law that prohibits sex discrimination on the basis of sex in federally funded education programs and activities, including but not limited to athletic programs that receive federal funding.

"No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance." (20 U.S.C. Sec. 1681).

Examples of sex discrimination that are prohibited under Title IX include sexual harassment and sexual violence, Retaliation against anyone who makes a report and/or participates in the complaint resolution process is also prohibited under Title IX.

Institutional Compliance with Title IX 

Moody’s Title IX Policy and Complaint Procedure provides an avenue for those who have been the target of or who witness Sex-Based Misconduct to report such Sex-Based Misconduct, without fear of Retaliation. 

This Policy applies to all members of the Moody community—students, faculty, administrators, and staff; and vendors, contractors, and third parties who visit Moody’s campus with respect to all conduct in any academic, educational, extra-curricular, athletic, or other Moody program or activity (collectively, “Moody programs and activities”) on the Moody campus and Moody programs and activities occurring off-campus, including Moody programs and activities outside the United States. This Policy also applies to persons conducting business with or visiting Moody. Accordingly, Moody may investigate all Title IX Complaints regardless of where the alleged conduct occurs.

In accordance with Title IX, the president of Moody Bible Institute has designated the following Title IX team members as the primary contacts responsible for coordinating compliance with Title IX.

Institute Title IX Team Members

Title IX Team Member Position Institute Personnel Office Location Phone
Trinity R. Cortez
Chicago Campus;
Fitzwater 312
(312) 329-4022
Deputy Coordinator

Rachel Campbell
Chicago Campus
(312) 329 - 4324
Appeals Panelist

Gayla Gates
Chicago Campus
(312) 329 - 2177

Rachel Puente
Chicago Campus      (312) 329 - 4106

Dan Dunn
Chicago Campus
(312) 329 - 4451

Edward Jones
Chicago Campus
(312) 329 - 4354

Ashley Smith
Chicago Campus
(312) 329 - 2068

Kimberly Choo
Spokane Campus
(509) 535-4051 Ext 1508


Roles and Responsibilities

The Title IX Coordinator is responsible for implementing and monitoring Title IX compliance on behalf of Moody Bible Institute. This includes coordination of training, education, communications, and administration of the complaint and grievance procedures for the handling of suspected or alleged violations of Title IX.

The Deputy Title IX Coordinator assists the Title IX Coordinator with the administration and oversight of the Title IX complaint resolution process.

Reporting Rights & Resources 

The person making the allegation is referred to as the Reporter. The person who is the alleged victim is referred to as the Complainant. The person who the allegations have been made against is referred to as the Respondent.

Any person who has been the victim of Sex-Based Misconduct has the right to report or not report the alleged incident. There are a number of reporting options available. It is important to understand that choosing one option does not preclude you from pursuing another option now or in the future

A person who wishes to report Sex-Based Misconduct may report directly to any or all of the following:

  • Any Moody employee, including faculty
    All Moody employees must refer reports of Sex-Based Misconduct to the Title IX Coordinator. No staff or faculty member can provide a person with confidentiality when a report is made known to them about Sex-Based Misconduct. Any staff or faculty member can help a person report Sex-Based Misconduct to the Title IX Coordinator.
  • Moody’s Public Safety Officers
    Public Safety can assist Reporters and/or Complainants in making reports to law enforcement and to the Title IX Coordinator.
  • Any Title IX Team Member
  • Title IX Coordinator
  • Local law enforcement
    Moody’s process is completely separate from the police and courts. Moody’s Title IX process and the criminal process may be pursued simultaneously.
  • Office of Civil Rights of the U.S. Department of Education

A person who wishes to confidentially report Sex-Based Misconduct may report directly to any or all of the following:

  • Any confidential resource
    This includes on-campus and off-campus counselors and healthcare professionals, crisis centers.
  • Confidential Advisor
    As provided by the Illinois Preventing Sexual Violence in Higher Education Act, 110 ILCS 155 et seq. (the “Illinois Preventing Sexual Violence Act”), Moody also provides students in Illinois with access to a confidential advisor who meet the statutory requirements of the Illinois Preventing Sexual Violence Act to provide emergency or ongoing support to survivors of Sexual Violence.

    For students in Illinois, Moody’s Counseling Center has a Confidential Advisor available to survivors of sexual violence. Please call 312-329-4194.

Annual Reports

  • Annual Ministry Report
  • Financial Reports
  • Form 990

Annual Ministry Report

2017-2018 Annual Ministry Report Download (pdf)
2016-2017 Annual Ministry Report Download (pdf)
2015-2016 Annual Ministry Report Download (pdf)
2015 Annual Ministry Report Download (pdf)
2014 Annual Ministry Report Download (pdf)
2013 Annual Ministry Report Download (pdf)
2012 Annual Ministry Report Download (pdf)
2011 Annual Ministry Report Download (pdf)
2010 Annual Ministry Report Download (pdf)
2009 Annual Ministry Report Download (pdf)
2008 Annual Ministry Report Download (pdf)

Financial Reports

Report Download
2018-2019 Audited Financial Statement Download (pdf)
2017-2018 Audited Financial Statement Download (pdf)
2016-2017 Audited Financial Statement Download (pdf)
2015-2016 Audited Financial Statement Download (pdf)
2014-2015 Audited Financial Statement Download (pdf)
2013-2014 Audited Financial Statement Download (pdf)
2012-2013 Audited Financial Statement Download (pdf)
2011-2012 Audited Financial Statement Download (pdf)

Form 990

Each year Moody files Form 990 and Form 990T with the IRS to provide financial data that verifies our ongoing eligibility for tax-exempt status.

Report Download
2018–2019 Form 990 Download (pdf)
2017–2018 Form 990 Download (pdf)
2016–2017 Form 990 Download (pdf)
2015-2016 Form 990 Download (pdf)
2014-2015 Form 990 Download (pdf)
2013-2014 Form 990 Download (pdf)
2012–2013 Form 990 Download (pdf)
2011–2012 Form 990 Download (pdf)

Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Policy

You can read Moody Bible Institute’s policy statement and notification regarding the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act of 1989.

View Statement

Campus Security

Visit the Campus Security page to view important campus safety reports.

  • Moody’s annual crime report and registered sex offenders information.

  • Chicago's community policing.

  • Security and fire safety reports for each Moody campus.