University of Maryland University College's Sexual Misconduct Policy prohibits and has zero tolerance for sex- and gender-based discrimination in the form of sexual misconduct. This includes but is not limited to
- Sexual harassment
- Sexual violence
- Dating violence
- Domestic violence
- Sexual exploitation
- Sexual intimidation
- Retaliation for reporting
To Whom Can You Report Sexual Misconduct?
If you or someone you know at UMUC has experienced any of the prohibited behaviors described in UMUC's Sexual Misconduct Policy, you have the right to file an internal complaint with the Title IX Coordinator or a Title IX Investigator.
You can report the experience to any of the following:
- Title IX coordinator
- Title IX investigators
- Responsible employees (please see Reporting Sexual Misconduct to Responsible Employees for more information)
You may seek assistance and support from UMUC's Confidential Employee without triggering an investigation or disclosure of the victim's identity. The only exception to confidentiality is when there appears to be an imminent risk of serious harm or when maintaining that confidentiality would result in the violation of a legal requirement.