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There are a number of reporting options available to a victim/survivor of sexual misconduct. Contact information for the support options listed below may be found here, or by clicking on the Related Links to the left. Contact information for making a report to the UMD Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution or the UMD Equal Opportunity Associate may be found here.
Retaliation against an individual for having made a report of sexual misconduct is prohibited and may result in disciplinary action. Reports of retaliation will be reviewed and investigated in the same manner in which other allegations of misconduct are handled.
- To notify law enforcement, call 911.
- To get help in notifying law enforcement, contact the Women's Resource and Action Center (WRAC) or the Program to Aid Victims of Sexual Assault (PAVSA).
- UMD WRAC is available to students.
- UMD Counseling is available to students.
- Clergy members of the UMD Council of Religious Advisors are available to students.
- The Employee Assistance Program is available to UMD employees.
- PAVSA is an off-campus resource available to students, faculty, and staff.
- The UMD Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution receives reports of sexual misconduct involving student respondents. Reports may be made in person (245 Kirby Plaza) or online.
- The UMD Equal Opportunity Associate receives reports of sexual misconduct involving employee respondents. Reports may be made in person (1st Floor Conference Room, Darland Administration Building) or through the UReport online form. More about Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action at the University of Minnesota may be found here.
- Both the Student Conduct and Human Resources and Equal Opportunity online reporting forms provide the ability to report anonymously.
- Reports may also be made to any University employee. Under the University of Minnesota Administrative Policy: Sexual Harassment, Sexual Assault, Stalking and Relationship Violence (Section II), all employees (with the exception of those that are confidential employees, as listed above) are obligated to share reports of sexual misconduct with either the Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution or the Equal Opportunity Associate.
- UMD Responsible Employees also may receive reports of sexual misconduct. For more information about UMD's Responsible Employees, click here.