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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is there a time limit for filing a complaint?
    Complaints should be brought forward as soon as possible after the conduct occurs. While there is no stated timeframe for making a Complaint, prompt reporting will better enable the Campus to respond to the Complaint, determine the relevant issues, and provide an appropriate Remedy and/or action. All incidents should be reported even if a significant amount of time has passed. However, delaying a report or Complaint may impede the University’s ability to conduct an investigation or take appropriate remedial actions.
  • Can my complaint be kept confidential?
    Information regarding the Complaint may be shared on a “need to know” basis with other Campus Employees, and with law enforcement (with the Complainant’s written consent), except for some limited exceptions. (See Executive Order 1095.) The DHR Administrator and/or Title IX Coordinator shall endeavor to honor any request for confidentiality; however, the DHR Administrator and/or Title IX Coordinator shall also weigh requests for confidentiality against the University’s duty to provide a safe and nondiscriminatory environment for all members of the Campus community. Confidentiality, therefore, cannot be ensured.
  • Can I make an anonymous report?

    Yes, please follow this link for more information: File a Report