Introduction to Online Reporting

To submit On-line and Anonymous Reports, click here. 

This form may be completed by any member of the University of St. Thomas community who has experienced, witnessed, or learned of suspected sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, stalking, or sexual harassment on campus.
Staff and Faculty members can use this form to fulfill their reporting requirements under the Sexual Misconduct Policy to notify trained responders of suspected sexual misconduct or child abuse 3.1.7 Suspected Child Abuse Reporting Policy, however they must identify themselves and cannot remain anonymous.

If the identity of the reporting party is provided below, the University of St. Thomas will follow up directly with them. As appropriate, we will offer support services and interim measures and will discuss the options of an informal and formal investigation under the Sexual Misconduct Policy.

Choosing to Remain Anonymous:

Filing an anonymous form will not result in a formal investigation unless the person making the report chooses to make their identity known to the Title IX Coordinator, the Dean of Students or a Human Resources Partner. For more information about what will happen after filing an anonymous report, see these Question and Answers.

Individuals who have experienced sexual misconduct are encouraged to report to the Title IX Coordinator, to the police and to seek confidential support. Whether or not a person chooses to report, we want to ensure you are safe in your situation. See Can I access support resources without having to formally report to the University of St. Thomas? for more information about support resources available.