Understanding your role as a responsible employee
If you have the authority to institute corrective measures or implement sanctions on the University’s behalf, you are obligated to report sexual misconduct, including sexual harassment, gender-based harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, and sexual exploitation.
How to support a survivor
Responding with compassion, validation, and support when an individual discloses that they may have been a victim of sexual or ender-based harassment or misconduct, can be an important part of their healing process. Sometimes, the most valuable advice comes from someone the individual already trusts. Learn how you can support a survivor.
How to report an incident
Whether you are reporting an incident involving students, faculty, or staff, learn how to submit a report here.
File a complaint outside of the University
The Office for Civil Rights (Philadelphia Office)
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (Philadelphia District Office)
The Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission (Harrisburg Regional Office)
What happens after I file a report?
Navigate to the Report Response Process page.
Resource People Toolkit
Each campus has a designated Resource Person to help students navigate the services available to them.
If you are a Resource Person, click here to access the Resource Person Toolkit (login required).