If you have been the victim of sexual violence, you have options.
- You can contact a confidential resource for advocacy and support services.
- Reporting to a confidential resource will not result in a report to the Title IX Coordinator or any investigative or disciplinary action.
- Even if you chose to only report to a confidential resource now, you can make a report to the Title IX Coordinator later.
- You can get emergency medical help at Altru Health System or non-emergency care at UND Student Health Services.
- A specially trained nurse at Altru can perform an examination to gather evidence. This examination is free of charge and won't be billed to your health insurance or your parent's health insurance.
- Even if you don't want to make a criminal report right away, any evidence collected can be stored until a later date.
- You can receive medication for STIs or discuss other care options.
- You can contact the Title IX team for support or to begin an investigation for disciplinary action.
- You can contact a non-confidential campus resource for support. Reporting to a non-confidential campus resource will result in a private report to the Title IX Coordinator so that UND can provide resources to you and protect the safety of the campus community.
- You may file a police report to initiate a criminal investigation. You may also choose not to file a police report or do it at a later time.
- Make an anonymous crime report.
If you have been the victim of sexual discrimination or sexual harassment, contact the Title IX Coordinator or any Deputy Coordinator. You may also submit a Discrimination/Harassment Complaint Reporting Form to the Title IX Coordinator or any Deputy Coordinator.