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Reporting

Cornell’s top priority is the health, safety, and well-being of our entire university community and visitors to our campus. Reporting acts of sexual harassment or assault, domestic violence, dating violence, or stalking allows the university to take immediate steps to investigate the incident(s) and enhance the safety of our community.

For Victims/Survivors
If you have experienced sexual harassment or assault, domestic violence, dating violence, or stalking, your well-being is of utmost concern, and we hope you will get the care you need by accessing the resources available to you. You can contact any confidential resource for access to support and care and for guidance in understanding your reporting options. Confidential resources will not convey any identifying information to any university officials, except in rare circumstances, without explicit permission. You can also file a report or formal complaint with the university through a Title IX coordinator.

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For Students Helping a Friend
If someone you know has experienced sexual harassment or assault, domestic violence, dating violence, or stalking, learn how you can help. You can speak confidentially with someone to learn about your options and decide a course of action.  You can also file a report with the university through a Title IX coordinator.

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For Employees Helping Others
If someone you know has experienced sexual harassment or assault, domestic violence, dating violence, or stalking, learn how you can help and understand your obligations as a Cornell employee. Most Cornell faculty, staff, and student employees, other than those designated confidential, have a duty to consult with a Title IX coordinator.

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For Accused Students
If you have been accused of sexual harassment or assault, domestic violence, dating violence, or stalking, there are resources available to you.