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Fighting Sexual Misconduct and

Gender Inequality in Higher Education

Time’s Up Higher Ed is dedicated to empowering women and LGBTQIA+ faculty, staff and students in their fight for a fair, safe and equitable campus environment. 


Sexual misconduct and gender inequality are rampant on college and university campuses across the U.S. Let’s hold higher ed institutions accountable to the responsibilities they have under Title IX. It’s time we bring the Time’s Up movement to higher ed.  


We believe that by staying informed, sharing our stories and raising awareness, we can stop sexual harassment and discrimination on campus. 

Time’s Up Higher Ed will be a clearinghouse for the

information you need to take action. 

We will repost essays, articles and data, as well as publish original content, with the goal of becoming a one-stop-shop for those wanting information about sexual misconduct in higher education. By raising awareness about the pervasiveness of the problem, we hope to support a movement to rid campuses of gender inequality. 

Time’s Up Higher Ed is dedicated to creating an empowering and safe space for you to share your story.

We encourage you add your voice to the chorus demanding change in higher ed by sending us your story. Time’s Up Higher Ed will publish anonymous excerpts from the stories we receive.


Dr. Suzette Grillot founded Time’s Up Higher Ed in the midst of her own battle against gender discrimination on campus. As a professor and the former Dean of the College of International Studies at the University of Oklahoma, she has seen too many students, faculty and staff face gender inequality and sexual assault. In her quest to raise awareness, build community and help others be heard, she also co-founded proFmagazine, a publication by, for and about feminists in higher education; The Third Space, an empowering, supportive co-working and community-building environment in Norman, Oklahoma; and On Our Campus, a coalition of survivors and advocates committed to achieving sweeping reform in higher ed.


Learn more about Dr. Grillot and her efforts to promote equity on campus. 

Interested in getting involved? Tell us your story.

Thank you for sharing.