Our Office responds to reports, concerns and inquiries about harassment, discrimination and sexual misconduct, which includes sexual harassment, sexual assault, rape, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking. We assist students, employees, program participants and campus visitors, regardless of where the misconduct took place.
The Title IX/EO Compliance Coordinator, Title IX/EO Investigators and Title IX/EO Deputy Coordinators are knowledgeable about all options for complaint resolution. We work closely with Student Affairs, the Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) and the University Police Department (UPD), and play an integral role in carrying out the University's commitment to a positive learning, teaching and working environment for the entire community.
Federal regulations require the University to take immediate action to eliminate harassment, discrimination or sexual misconduct, prevent its recurrence and address its effects. Universities are required to adopt and publish grievance procedures for students who complain of sex or gender discrimination. SDSU's procedures and policies can be found here.
If someone tells you about or you overhear information that may pertain to Title IX or Equal Opportunity, contact the Title IX/EO Compliance Coordinator immediately. Title IX/EO investigations are separate from a law enforcement investigation, even when a police report is filed. The University is required to conduct an independent investigation that is prompt, thorough and impartial.
If your concern requires immediate assistance, please dial 911 or contact the University Police Department at 605-688-5117 (111 from any campus phone).
Make an online report or call the toll-free hotline at 844-880-0004. The online report and hotline are provided by Lighthouse Reports. You may choose to remain anonymous when providing information.
To make a report in person, please contact the Office of Title IX/EO at 605-688-4128 or visit us in Morrill Hall, room 100.
Please visit Report It for additional information.