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Reporting Options

Individuals can report an incident to the Title IX Office (OEO) in various ways:

The University’s Title IX Coordinators are a resource for any questions or concerns about sexual harassment, sexual violence, or sexual misconduct and are available to discuss your rights and judicial options. The Title IX Office (OEO) can also assist individuals in obtaining supportive measures and connections to campus and community resources.

NYU Resources Available 24/7

Wellness Exchange (Confidential)




Crisis Response Counselors (CRCs) are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to provide confidential support, assistance, and to help connect students to all available resources and services, including medical and counseling options.

Campus Safety (Private)




Campus Safety is available to receive non-confidential reports and provide support to members of the NYU community; such support includes assistance in contacting law enforcement agencies to file a criminal complaint and/or obtain an order of protection.

Title IX-Related Resources

Title IX Training Materials

Please visit SUNY's Student Conduct Institute Title IX training page for materials used to train Title IX Coordinators, investigators, decision-makers, and any person who facilitates an informal resolution process.

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