To make a online report, select the correct option below.
Including sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking
On the basis of any protected class
Does not rise to the level of harassment, discrimination, or retaliation
If you have witnessed a crime on campus or have information concerning a crime or potential crime
Non-employee injury, employee injury, or other unsafe conditions on campus
Inappropriate activity relating to financial matters, research, risk or safety, data and information, or other related matters
University policy prohibits discrimination, harassment, and retaliation on the basis of any protected class (see Policy 13.02). This includes sexual misconduct, including sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking.
UNI encourages those who have experienced any form of sexual harassment or assault to report the incident online or to the University Title IX Officer (or any of the designated Title IX Deputy Coordinators).
Reporting an incident does not mean filing an official complaint. For more information, please visit equity.uni.edu/
Title IX Officer
Title IX Deputy Coordinator for Athletics
All administrators, faculty, and staff have the obligation to report incidents of sexual misconduct involving students to the UNI Title IX Officer or the UNI Title IX Deputy Coordinator. For more information about reporting responsibilities, click here.