Even if an individual does not wish to pursue formal disciplinary or criminal action at this time, they are still able to obtain the resources and supportive measures described here. The Office of Gender Equity and Title IX Administration is available to discuss resources and supportive measures that may be helpful. For more information, please contact Director of Gender Equity and Title IX Administration Randy Hubert ([email protected]) and/or see section VII of the Title IX Sexual Harassment policy and section VII of the University Sexual Misconduct policy. Requests for supportive measures may also be coordinated by an undergraduate complainant’s director of student life (DSL) or by a dean at the Graduate School if the complainant is a graduate student.
Supportive measures are designed to restore or preserve equal access to the University's educational and working programs or activities without unreasonably burdening the other party, including measures designed to protect the safety of all parties and the broader University community, or deter sexual misconduct.
Supportive measures may include:
- extensions of deadlines or other course-related adjustments;
- modifications of work or class schedules;
- campus escort services;
- mutual restrictions on contact between the parties (e.g., No Contact or No Communication Orders);
- changes in work or housing locations;
- leaves of absence; and/or
- increased security and monitoring of certain areas of the campus.
For more information regarding No Communication and No Contact Orders, see No Communication and No Contact Order FAQs.
In addition, if the complainant is interested in information regarding resources that may be available to them related to a disability, they should contact Elizabeth Erickson, Director of Accessibility and Disability Services ([email protected]).