All University employees (including student employees) and graduate students with teaching or supervisory authority are required to report all allegations of sexual misconduct (including sexual assault, sexual exploitation, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, and sexual harassment), discrimination based on a protected category, and harassment based on a protected category of which they become aware in the scope of the work for the University to the Office of Equity unless they are identified as a confidential resource in the Policy on Institutional Equity. Failure to fulfill this reporting obligation will be referred to the appropriate office for corrective action. Note that the reporting obligation does not require a person experiencing harm to report the incident.
Individuals may use the form at the Office of Equity to electronically file a report of discrimination or harassment.
Individuals may use the form at the Office of Equity to electronically file a report of sexual misconduct.
After a report is made:
The Office of Equity will contact and provide support, resources, and information to the person who may have experienced misconduct. Those receiving outreach can choose whether or not to engage with the Office of Equity. They may request supportive measures even if they do not choose to participate in the University’s complaint resolution process.