How to Report Sexual Misconduct
For Student Complaints Against Another Student
Complaints of sexual misconduct against another student should be made to the Dean of the College, the Title IX Coordinator, or a Deputy Title IX Coordinator.
Sexual Misconduct Reporting Form
This form is to notify College officials of an incident or conduct that may be a violation of the College's Sexual Misconduct, Stalking, and Relationship Violence policy. This includes, but is not limited to, incidents of sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic or dating violence, or stalking.
Deputy Title IX Coordinators
Haverford has created a system of Deputy Title IX Coordinators designed to make reporting more accessible to students.
Reports may also be made to any member of the Circle, including Campus Safety.
Our experience shows that sometimes it is the case that a student will feel more comfortable telling a trusted member of the community that they have experienced sexual misconduct.
Please note that all employees of the College and student leaders in the Customs Program acting in their capacities as UCAs, CPs, HCOs, AMA, PAFs, iSRPs, HSRPs or SRPs except for those identified as confidential resources are considered "Responsible Employees" under this policy and are therefore required to inform Dean Denney, Dean Martinez, a Deputy Title IX Coordinator or their direct supervisor of any instance of sexual misconduct that comes to their attention.
For Student Complaints Against Faculty, Staff, and Third Parties
Reports of sexual misconduct against faculty, staff or third parties can be made to T. Muriel Brisbon, Director of Human Resources or to any of the College's EEO Officers.