What happens when I make a report?

When you make a report, the Title IX Office will follow up with you to talk about it. You may specify who you’d prefer to speak within your report. You have the right to be accompanied by a support person or advisor for this conversation. During the conversation, you will be asked to provide basic information about what you are reporting. You will also be asked about your physical, emotional, and mental well-being and whether there are supportive measures that might help you, including but not limited to academic accommodations, housing changes, mental health services, and medical services. You do not need to disclose any details or proceed with the official process to receive supportive measures. During this conversation, you will also be given information that describes your rights as a reporting party and your options for proceeding with official action, alternative resolutions, or restorative justice resolutions. In that conversation or at any time afterward, you may make a decision about how you want the College to handle your report.