Students who are complainants, respondents, and witnesses may make requests for interim and supportive measures to the Title IX Coordinator, who will help identify all available options and determine which measures to take to support the student. Interim and supportive measures are available for complainants, respondents and witnesses before, during, after, or outside of an investigation. As described in the Student Sexual Misconduct Policy, supportive measures for complainants are available regardless of whether the complainant chooses to make a formal report to the University or report the crime to law enforcement. Supportive measures shall be confidential, to the extent that maintaining confidentiality does not impair the University’s ability to provide such measures.
Note: Interim and supportive measures for cases involving faculty, employees, or third-party vendors may differ; to learn more about interim and supportive measures for faculty and staff, please contact Human Resources.