Under Title IX, most UND employees are required to report complaints of sexual violence and sexual harassment to the Title IX Coordinator. They are not allowed to keep a report of sexual violence completely confidential. This is because UND has resources and support available to help. We are concerned for the safety and well-being of the victim as well as the campus and community.
Respecting your privacy is important to UND. A complainant's privacy concerns are weighed against the needs of UND to respond to acts of harassment, including acts of sexual violence. To the greatest extent possible, all reports will remain private. Information will only be shared with individuals who need to know to provide resources for the complainant, to protect the safety of the campus community or for investigative needs.
You have choices. If you do not want your name revealed to the respondent, UND will do its best to honor that request. Our ability to fully respond may be limited.
There are some places you can go to make a confidential report of sexual violence. University Counseling Center, Student Health Services and UND's Employee Assistance Program will not report incidents of sexual violence to the Title IX Coordinator in a way that identifies the complainant without the complainant's consent. You can make a confidential report and still receive counseling or other services through these departments.
University Counseling Center
Student Health Services
Employee Assistance Program
Northern Lights Behavioral Health Center (for students and employees)
Off-campus, you can seek confidential assistance and advocacy from the Community Violence Intervention Center or your own health care provider.
Community Violence Intervention Center
Campus Office: O’Kelly Hall, room 4; 701.777.6550
Mondays 8:00 – 4:30
Wednesdays 12:30 – 4:30
Thursdays 10:00 – 2:00
Fridays 9:00 – 1:00
Crisis Line (answered 24/7): 701.746.8900 or 866.746.8900
Main Office: 701.746.0405