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Sexual Misconduct Online Report Form

Misericordia University is committed to a safe working, learning and living environment which is free from all forms of discrimination and sexual misconduct. All faculty, staff, students, volunteers and others associated with the University share responsibility for avoiding and discouraging any form of discrimination and sexual misconduct. The University encourages anyone to report any situation in which they believe discrimination or sexual misconduct has occurred so that appropriate support and resources can be provided. 

Examples of Discrimination
  • Request for Sexual Favors
  • Unwelcome Verbal or Physical Conduct based upon
    • Race
    • Gender
    • Age
    • Color
    • National origin
    • Religion
    • Handicap
    • Marital status
    • Sexual orientation
    • Veteran status
Examples of Sexual Misconduct
  • Sexual Violence
  • Rape
  • Sexual Assault
  • Non-Consensual Sexual Contact
  • Non-Consensual Sexual Intercourse
  • Forced Sexual Intercourse
  • Sexual Exploitation
  • Sexual Coercion
  • Sexual Battery
  • Dating Violence
  • Domestic Violence
  • Stalking

One option for reporting incidents of discrimination or sexual misconduct is through the University’s online report form. This form can be submitted anonymously. The Report form is intended to convey information needed to track the University response to the incident being reported, as well as to assess the danger the incident represents to the community at large. While anonymous reports that provide specific information may lead to at least a preliminary investigation, due to the nature of anonymous reporting, however, it may not be possible to investigate, resolve, or adjudicate reports of discrimination or sexual misconduct made by means of the online reporting process.

All submissions through the online reporting process are electronically sent to the Director of Human Resources, the University’s Title IX Coordinator.

Reports of sexual misconduct involving or by a student, are also electronically sent to the Dean of Students, the University’s Deputy Title IX Coordinator.  

PLEASE NOTE: Completing this form does NOT constitute a police report.

Click here to access the sexual misconduct online report form.