Reporting and Support Resources
You are not alone and Xavier is here to help.
If you have experienced sex discrimination (including rape, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking and sexual harassment) by a Xavier student, Xavier employee or a third party, you have many reporting and support options and resources available depending on what you determine is best for you.
If you are a student and are unsure about what you would like to do, please contact Xavier's Advocacy and Prevention Coordinator at 513-904-9013 to learn all your options and resources in a safe, confidential setting.
If you are an employee or visitor and are unsure about what you would like to do, please contact Women Helping Women (serving all gender identities and sexual orientations) at 513-380-5610 to learn all your options and resources in a safe, confidential setting.
Please find all reporting options and support resources here: Xavier's Sex Discrimination Reporting Options and On- and Off-Campus Support/Advocacy Resources.
On and off-campus mental health counseling, medical, safety, legal assistance, visa and immigration resources are here.
Xavier's Sex Discrimination policies:
- Xavier Student Handbook (applies when the individual accused or the "responding party" is a student)
- Xavier Harassment Code and Accountability Procedures (HCAP) (applies when the individual or the "responding party" is an employee or contractor)
To make an ANONYMOUS report, please access Xavier's Anonymous Reporting Hotline at 855-481-6238 or submit a report online.
To learn more about requesting confidentiality when making a report, click here.
To learn more about Xavier's Sex Discrimination complaint resolution process, click here.
Please contact the Title IX Office at (513) 745-3046 or email@example.com with any questions on the information above.