Resources for Reporting Parties and Accused Students

No police report, formal complaint or investigation need to occur before campus support services are available. The university is committed to addressing all reports and complaints of Title IX violations in a prompt and equitable manner. Resources are equally available to both complainants and respondents when a report and/or a formal complaint has been received by the university.

Upon receipt of a report, the Deputy Title IX Coordinator provides written notification to students about existing counseling, health, mental health, advocacy services, legal assistance, visa and immigration assistance, student financial aid, and other services available both within the university and the community. The university provides written notification to students about options for and available assistance in, and how to request changes to academic, living, transportation, and working situation or protection measures.

For support services involving Oxford campus and Luxembourg students, contact Cecilie McGhehey, the Deputy Title IX Coordinator in the Dean of Students Office on the first floor of Warfield Hall, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio 45056,, or at 513-529-1870. The Deputy Title IX Coordinator is available during regular business hours throughout the year to meet with students who need information or guidance about Title IX violations.

For support services involving Regional Campus students, VOA, and Greentree students, contact the Regional Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Initiatives and Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Regional Students, Dr. Bennyce Hamilton at 513-785-3024 or for information about support, medical services, and reporting options. Regional Office Locations: 117 Rentschler Hall (Hamilton) | 144 Johnston Hall (Middletown).