Title IX Incident Report

This form will ask about your contact information and details about the incident. To learn more about what happens when you submit a report, see NSU's Gender-Based & Sexual Misconduct Discrimination Policy.

    Confidentiality

    Those who have experienced sex discrimination should know that all NSU employees (i.e. Resident Assistants, University Police, faculty, staff members, etc.) must report incidents to NSU officials, specifically the Title IX Coordinator or NSU Police Department. If you would like to report an incident or speak to someone about something that has happened and you desire that details of the incident be kept confidential, you should speak with staff members of Student Counseling Services in HawkReach Student Services, Student Health Services and/or off-campus rape crisis resources, who will maintain confidentiality. NSU HawkReach Services employs counselors and a violence prevention coordinator to help you, free of charge, and can be seen on an emergency basis. All inquiries, complaints, and investigations are treated with discretion. Information is revealed as law and policy permit. However, the identity of the complainant is usually revealed to the person(s) accused of such conduct and any witnesses with the consent of the complainant. Publicizing information about alleged sex discrimination or retaliation is strictly prohibited and may be considered a violation of NSU policy and Student Conduct Code. The Title IX Coordinator shall maintain all information in secure files pertaining to a complaint or investigation.

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