Anonymous Reporting Form
Make an Anonymous Report
The University’s ability to offer supportive measures to a complainant (an individual who is alleged to be the victim of conduct that could constitute sexual harassment), or to consider whether to initiate a grievance process against a respondent (an individual who has been reported to be the perpetrator of conduct that could be sexual harassment), will be affected by whether the report discloses the identity of the complainant or respondent.
A complainant (or third party) who desires to report sexual harassment without disclosing the complainant’s identity to anyone may do so, but the University will be unable to provide supportive measures in response to that report without knowing the complainant’s identity.
For the University to provide supportive measures to a complainant, it is not possible for the complainant to remain anonymous because at least one school official (the Title IX Coordinator) will need to know the complainant’s identity to offer and implement any supportive measures.
If a complainant desires supportive measures, the University can, and should, keep the complainant’s identity confidential (including from the respondent), unless disclosing the complainant’s identity is necessary to provide supportive measures for the complainant (e.g., where a no-contact order is appropriate and the respondent would need to know the identity of the complainant in order to comply with the no-contact order, or campus security is informed about the no-contact order in order to help enforce its terms).