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Sexual Misconduct and Bias

Reporting an incident of Sexual Misconduct, Bias, Harassment or Discrimination Incident

  • In the event of an emergency, call 911 for Emergency Medical Services and/or to alert the New York City Police Department.
  • To seek public safety or law enforcement assistance:  If you are the victim of a sexual assault or bias-related incident, or a witness to such an incident, and are concerned about your own safety and security or that of other members of the University community, you immediately should report the matter to: The New York University Department of Public Safety, 14 Washington Place, 212-998-2222



  • For Information concerning options to report an incident of sexual misconduct, see the Sexual Misconduct, Relationship Violence, and Stalking Policy. If you are unsure what you want to do, contact the Wellness Exchange at 212-443-9999 or the Center for Sexual Misconduct Support Services
  • To report any other type of bias or harassment incident, to obtain general information, to seek advice or referral information, or if you are unsure about where to seek assistance, you may contact: Mary Signor, Executive Director, Office of Equal Opportunity, 212-998-2352; or, Thomas Grace, Director of Community Standards and Compliance at 212-998-4403.
  1. If the incident occurred in the Residence Halls, please contact the Residence Hall Director or the Department of Residence Life and Housing Services a 212-443-4600.
  2. If the incident occurred in an academic setting (e.g. a class, internship, or a study/project group) or if the alleged perpetrator is a faculty member, please contact the Student Affairs Dean of the School in which you are enrolled.  If you are unsure of whom to contact in your School, please contact the Office of Equal Opportunity for information:

For Related Personal Support and Assistance:

If you are seeking personal support in relation to an incident, you may consult any of the following offices: 

  1. The NYU Student Resource Center

  2. The NYU Wellness Exchange (for personal support and assistance)

  3. The NYU Center for Multicultural Education and Programs

  4. The NYU Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, Transgender, and Queers Student Center at

  5. The Henry and Lucy Moses Center for Students with Disabilities

  6. The NYU Student Health Service at

  7. NYU Counseling & Behavioral Health Services at
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