V. Reporting Sexual Misconduct, Discrimination, and Harassment

V. Reporting Sexual Misconduct, Discrimination, and Harassment

See movement chart of this reporting, research, and hearing procedure.

A. Usually do not wait to report conduct of concern before the conduct becomes adequately severe (for example., serious, pervasive, or persistent) to produce an environment that is hostile. The Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Title IX Coordinators may take proactive steps to stop the conduct from continuing as well as perhaps escalating, also to protect or perhaps help the target. As an example, the University can request no-contact requests, guidance, and alterations in class schedules, residing plans, course needs, and screening schedules as required. The Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Title IX Coordinators also can offer expertise and advice to assist determine conduct that would be a caution sign of or represent misconduct that is sexual discrimination, or harassment prohibited by this policy and target any issues or complaints accordingly.

B. MTSU encourages victims of intimate misconduct, discrimination, and harassment to speak with someone by what occurred they need and so that MTSU can respond appropriately so they can get the support. Though MTSU could keep reports as private that you can, it cannot guarantee the privacy each and every complaint or report.