Reporting Harassment and Discrimination

As part of our continuing commitment to creating and maintaining One Miami that promotes responsibility, dignity, and respect for all members of our community, Miami University has made several important changes to our Policy Prohibiting Harassment and Discrimination, Title IX Protocol for Employees, and Title IX Protocol for Students. One of the most important changes requires all employees* to promptly report harassment, discrimination, sexual misconduct and interpersonal violence beginning July 1, 2017.

* Those with a legal privilege of confidentiality and researchers may be exempted from reporting. For more information, please review the policy and protocols.

Reporting Protocol
Report Type** Office Contact Information
Sexual harassment, sexual misconduct or interpersonal violence involving employees Office of Equity and Equal Opportunity; Kenya Ash, Title IX Coordinator Office of Equity and Equal Opportunity, Hanna House, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio 45056, 513-529-7157 or ashkd@miamioh.edu
Sexual harassment, sexual misconduct or interpersonal violence involving students on Oxford or Luxembourg Campuses Gabrielle Dralle, Sexual and Interpersonal Violence Response Coordinator/Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Students 104 Warfield Hall, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio 45056, 513-529-1870 or dralleg@miamioh.edu
Sexual misconduct or interpersonal violence involving students on Regional campuses, including Greentree and VOA Office of Diversity and Multicultural Services; Bennyce Hamilton, Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Regional Students 117 Rentschler Hall, 1601 University Boulevard, Hamilton, Ohio 45011, or 144 Johnston Hall, 4200 N. University Boulevard, Middletown, Ohio 45042, 513-785-3283 or hamiltbe@miamioh.edu
Discrimination or harassment based on age, color, disability, gender identity or expression, genetic information, military status, national origin, pregnancy, race , religion, sexual orientation or protected veteran status Office of Equity and Equal Opportunity; Kenya Ash, Director Office of Equity and Equal Opportunity, Hanna House, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio 45056, 513-529-7157 or ashkd@miamioh.edu

** Crimes should be reported to the Miami University Police.

Discrimination and harassment based on one’s race, ethnicity, political beliefs, religion, gender, sexuality, or on any other characteristic that makes us unique, sexual misconduct and interpersonal violence are antithetical to Miami’s core values and have no place on our campuses.

We are deeply committed to finding ways to effectively prevent, reduce and respond to discrimination and harassment, including sexual misconduct and interpersonal violence. Combating discrimination and harassment, including sexual misconduct and interpersonal violence, requires us to be both proactive and reactive. Miami provides proactive education and prevention programs, such as Step Up! bystander intervention and It’s On Us. By asking all employees to report, we will be able to respond more effectively when a member of our community experiences such misconduct. We will connect victim/survivors with appropriate professional support services and ensure that our practices address the reported misconduct in a manner that is respectful and fair to all involved.

Students in a classroom as seen through a glass panel of a door

Reporting an incident or concern

Hate Crime
If you believe you're the victim of a hate crime, you should report it to the appropriate campus security authorities.

Sexual Assault
Learn more about Miami's strategies for sexual assault prevention as well as resources for students who have experienced sexual misconduct or assault.

Bias Incidents
If you believe you're the victim of a bias-related incident, email biasreporting@miamioh.edu or visit the Bias Incident Reporting site to find out how to report it and take advantage of available resources. Requires Miami Unique ID and password to log in.

EthicsPoint
This program provides a confidential and anonymous method for reporting illegal or unethical conduct that violates Miami's policies.

Student Concern Management
If you think a student is experiencing significant distress, call 513-529-1877, email deanofstudents@miamioh.edu, or use the automated student concern reporting system to pass along that important information.