Bias Related Incidents (Harassment and Discrimination) Online Reporting Form

Why use the Harassment and Discrimination Online Reporting Form?
This form is available for anonymously reporting incidents of harassment, including, but not limited to sexual violence, and discrimination that you believe may be in violation of the University of Dayton’s Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy. If you have witnessed a possible violation of the policy or had such a violation reported to you, you can use the Harassment and Discrimination Online Reporting Form to notify the University. Reports can also be made directly to the Title IX/504 Coordinator and Equity Compliance Officer, by phone at 937-229-3615, or by email at
Who should use this form?
The Harassment and Discrimination Online Reporting Form can be used by any person making a report on his or her own behalf who wishes to remain anonymous. It can also be used by students and visitors wishing to anonymously file a report on behalf of another person. To submit an anonymous report, just leave the "full name" field blank when submitting your report. It is important to understand that if you choose to file an anonymous report, you may limit the University’s ability to remedy the problem.
If I am an employee, does completing this form satisfy my mandatory reporting obligation? 
No. Anonymous reporting does not satisfy the mandatory reporting obligation. Refer to the Mandatory Reporting Policy for additional information.
What happens after I fill out this form?
The information is sent to the Equity Compliance Officer, who will determine what, if any, action by the University is necessary. You will ordinarily receive a follow up message from the Equity Compliance Officer within three business days.
Is the information in this form confidential?
The University will make every effort to protect the privacy of all involved, but the information you provide in completing this form is not confidential and may be shared as necessary for the University to take the appropriate action.
Do not use this form to report events presenting an immediate threat to life or property. If you require emergency assistance, please contact the University Police at 937-229-2121 or call 911.

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