Report a Title IX Incident

EMERGENCIES: If you are in immediate danger, call 911 or EMU Police at 734.487.9126

About Reporting

Fostering and maintaining an inclusive campus climate that is free of discrimination and harassment is principle to EMU’s commitment to supporting a safe educational environment. However, sexual harassment, sexual violence and gender-discrimination can and does occur with varying levels of frequency and impact. Eastern Michigan University encourages its community to report any acts believed to be an incident of sexual harassment, sexual misconduct or gender-based discrimination.

Reporting FAQ

  • What should expect after I report a Title IX incident? Expand dropdown
    • If someone discloses or shares conduct or an incident that is or may be prohibited under our Title IX policy as sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, or sex-based discrimination, your report or complaint will be handled sensitively and privately by the Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Office (formerly Title IX Office) staff.
    • The Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Office will attempt to reach out by email to the person(s) who have shared they have experienced prohibited conduct to offer support and information about Title IX and how the Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Office can help. A response to the Title IX Coordinator's email outreaches are not required or obligated.
    • The Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Office can offer support services or remedial measures for reporting person(s) to work to provide needed support and to address immediate safety concerns. Such support services may include reasonable academic accommodations.
    • The Title IX Coordinator will discuss options available to address the conduct, including the formal grievance process and informal processes to address the asserted prohibited conduct; and options to also report to law enforcement, if the reporting person(s) so chooses.
    • Retaliation against a person for a good faith report and complaint under Title IX or for participation in any Title IX investigation or proceeding under EMU's Title IX Policy is also a form of Prohibited Conduct. Retaliation is prohibited, unlawful, and will not be tolerated, and will be addressed through a formal grievance process. The Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Office will support reporting person(s) from retaliation, and will respond to complaints or reports of retaliation through the Title IX formal grievance process.
  • What about mandatory and confidential employees? Expand dropdown
    • Here at EMU, all employees are required to report to the Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Office with any knowledge or disclosures of sexual misconduct or sex-based discrimination that involves EMU’s students, faculty, or employees. The only exception to the mandated reporting obligation to the Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Office is if the employee is a confidential employee.
    • A confidential employee is an employee whose position of employment at EMU allows them confidentiality of information shared with or disclosed to them. These employees are licensed mental health or medical health professionals.  Confidential employee's professional position at EMU is to perform confidential counseling or medical services that affords them confidentiality under the law. Confidential employees include licensed mental health professionals employed at EMU’s Counseling and Psychological Services.

Submit a Report

You can report an incident to the Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Office by one of the following four (4) options:

  1. Submit a report online via the Sexual Misconduct and Sex-based Discrimination Reporting Form
  2. Call or visit the Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Office at 734.487.9126 or 100 Boone Hall Ypsilanti, MI 48197
  3. Send an email to the Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Office at [email protected]
  4. Call or visit the EMU Police at 734.487.9126 or 1200 Oakwood Street, Ypsilanti, MI, 48197