In addition to Confidential Resources, the University offers options for students to report issues and concerns. Sharing information with the following resources will result in a University response.
Title IX Services Program Manager
574-631-0444 or email@example.com
The Title IX Services Program Manager serves as the primary point of contact on campus for students seeking information or wanting to report sexual harassment/sexual misconduct (including sexual assault), dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking, and is available to meet with those who believe they have been victimized and can provide information as well as refer to sources of support. Sharing information with the Title IX Services Program Manager will result in a response from the University and an investigation when appropriate.
Notre Dame Police Department
NDPD is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Students may also call 911 in an emergency. If the incident occurred on Notre Dame property, NDPD, a duly authorized police agency in the state of Indiana, is an appropriate agency with which to file a report. Off-campus incidents will likely fall in the jurisdiction of the South Bend, St. Joseph County, or Mishawaka police departments. NDPD can assist with contacting the appropriate agency. Students are encouraged to notify NDPD or other law enforcement authorities. However, students are not required to do so. Where the University received a report from another police agency, the Deputy Title IX Coordinator (or designee) and NDPD will follow-up and investigate as appropriate.
Residence Hall Staff
Rector, Assistant Rector, or Resident Assistant
Residence hall staff are trained to assist students with a variety of issues. Please know that information shared with residence hall staff regarding alleged sexual assault, sexual misconduct, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, or conduct that creates a hostile environment will be reported to the University’s Deputy Title IX Coordinator for follow-up and investigation as appropriate.
Office of Community Standards
574-631-5551 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Office of Community Standards is available to meet with students to discuss concerns about student conduct. Community Standards staff will also make referrals to other offices, departments, and services both on and off campus to serve students. Please know that information shared with Community Standards staff regarding alleged sexual assault, sexual misconduct, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, or conduct that creates a hostile environment will be reported to the University’s Deputy Title IX Coordinator for follow-up and investigation as appropriate.
Campus Support Services
A variety of campus departments are available for students to discuss concerns related to discrimination and/or harassment.