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.
In accordance with New York State law, as a reporting individual, you have the right to make a report to university police, local law enforcement, and/or state police or choose not to report; to report the incident to Cornell; to be protected by Cornell from retaliation for reporting an incident; and to receive assistance and resources from Cornell.
Learn more about:
- how to report sexual misconduct at Cornell
- accessing confidential resources for care and support
- how to help others who have experienced sexual violence (friends, colleagues, etc.)
- how students can file an on-campus complaint of sexual assault or harassment (pdf)
- how students can respond to a complaint of sexual assault or harassment filed against them (pdf)
- how faculty and staff can file an on-campus complaint of sexual assault, sexual harassment, or other related prohibited conduct (pdf)
- how faculty and staff can respond to a complaint of sexual harassment, sexual assault, or other related prohibited conduct (pdf)