EEO is the Law
Report an Incident
Report an incident of harassment/discrimination, including sexual and gender-based harassment and other forms of interpersonal violence.
How Information Provided in this Report May Be Used
Upon receipt of a report of prohibited conduct, the University will conduct an initial assessment, and will provide a Complainant, if identified, with information about resources and options, offer interim measures, and take appropriate action that may be necessary to protect the health and safety of individuals and the University community as promptly and equitably as possible.
The University will make reasonable efforts to protect the privacy and respect the wishes of complainants and/or reporting parties, in accordance with applicable state and federal law, while balancing the need to gather information to assess the report and to take steps to eliminate prohibited conduct, prevent its recurrence, and remedy its effects. Depending on the nature and severity of the conduct reported, the University may be required to share all known information, including names, with law enforcement.
To the extent possible, information provided in this report, including names, will be shared only with a limited circle of University employees who need to know in order to assist in the assessment, investigation, and resolution of the reported incident; or local law enforcement, as deemed necessary. These disclosures are protected by privacy laws that apply to a student’s education record and law enforcement investigative records. Adult complainants will always retain their right to choose whether to participate in any University or law enforcement process.
You may submit this form anonymously by leaving the name and contact information fields blank. Anonymous reports, however, may limit the University’s ability to respond effectively to the submitted information. Further, while the University will not attempt to trace anonymous reports to an individual user, a court may compel the production of log-in and user data from which certain identifying information later could be obtained.
The University also offers access to confidential resources for students and employees who are unsure about whether to report prohibited conduct or are seeking counseling or other emotional support in addition to (or without) making a report to the University. Information about confidential resources at UND and the local community is available on the Title IX website and in the Student or Staff/Faculty Resource Guides.
Students and employees are entitled to receive information, assistance and a broad range of support and remedial measures regardless of whether they choose to pursue criminal and/or University disciplinary resolution. The Title IX website and resource guides outline these resources and remedial measures and describes how to request them.