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How does it work?

To report an incident of sexual assault or unwanted sexual contact, you can speak with the Title IX Coordinator or any Required Reporter at the University, who will then notify the Title IX Coordinator.

You can download a record form to your personal device to document what happened and bring that documentation to help you make a report in-person.

By reporting the incident to Oregon, you can be connected to a number of support options available on campus, including help with academic problems, class schedules, financial aid, housing arrangements, transportation, and assistance in receiving health and counseling services. You are NOT required to provide additional information about the incident or participate in a university investigation in order to receive services. Oregon’s primary goal is to help, and they will always respect your decision to share, or not share, any aspect of your situation.

If you report information to a university employee designated confidential, that employee does not have an obligation to report the information to the Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity. To provide accommodation(s) requested by the survivor, confidential employees may need to share limited information with those involved with implementing the accommodation(s).

When a required reporter receives information about an incident, the employee is required to share that information with Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity and the university has a responsibility to investigate based on the information provided and take action to prevent its reoccurrence.

If the person who harmed you is not affiliated with the University of Oregon, the university’s response to the report of an incident will be focused primarily on providing services and accommodations to the survivor and addressing any potential safety issues on campus.

To learn more about who is a Required Reporter, visit

To speak with someone confidentially, you can call 541-346-SAFE, or visit any of the following offices.

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What happens after I report?

Reports of sexual assault or unwanted sexual can be made to the Title IX Coordinator. If you report to a University of Oregon “Required Reporter”, they will notify the Title IX Coordinator.

Darci Heroy
106 Johnson Hall
1098 E. 13th Ave.
Eugene, OR 97403-5221
[email protected]

The Title IX Coordinator will ask a confidential staff member from the Crisis Intervention and Sexual Violence Support Services Program to contact you within two business days of your report to set up a meeting.

The purpose of this meeting is to offer you support, explain your options, and enact any interim measures that are needed, such as adjustments to housing arrangements or class schedules, no-contact orders, or anything else needed to make sure you’re safe.

During this meeting, you can let the staff member know how much or little involvement you would like moving forward. Specifically, you can request the following things:

  • Your name not be shared with the respondent (perpetrator)
  • No investigation is pursued
  • No disciplinary action is taken

You can also choose to be involved in an investigation into what happened. Read on to learn more about what an investigation entails.

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What is an investigation?

You can learn about the full investigation process on the University of Oregon website.

Reports can be made by contacting the Title IX Coordinator at [email protected] or by calling (541) 346-SAFE. For information regarding confidential reporting options, please see

As provided for in the institution’s discrimination and reporting policies, the University provides students who have experienced sexual misconduct and students who have witnessed sexual misconduct access to interim measures and confidential resources. These measures include, but are not limited to, counseling and health services, academic accommodations (such as class withdrawals, incomplete grades and alternative course completion), housing accommodations and other support services. The following links identify confidential resources, further explain options for reporting Sexual Misconduct to the university and to law enforcement, and details other services and interim measures provided by the university: and  

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Who is involved?

Reports of sexual assault or unwanted sexual contact are directed to the Title IX Coordinator.

Only a few specially trained individuals will ever know that you reported to the university and their primary goal will be to help provide support and services to you. Students 18 years or older are protected by FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act), which means that we cannot disclose information about your report to your family or friends without your written consent.

You will not have to interact with the perpetrator. You will be interviewed separately as part of the investigation. However, if you choose to pursue informal resolution, you may have to interact with the perpetrator.

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