Individuals may file a report of sex discrimination, sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking (on the basis of sex) or retaliation by completing the following online form:
Reports may be submitted in person, by phone, in writing, electronically, or anonymously and may be submitted by complainants, third parties or bystanders to the Title IX Coordinator.
Beverly W. Crawford
Director, Office for Civil Rights and Title IX
Title IX Coordinator
Office Location: Charles P. Adams Hall Room 4
Phone: (318) 274-2660
If the university is notified of sex discrimination and/or sexual misconduct, we will:
1. Take immediate and appropriate steps to investigate the report/incident
2. Take prompt action to end the prohibited conduct and resolve the situation
3. Take appropriate steps to prevent recurrence of future incidents
See the Sexual Misconduct Policy for detailed information regarding how the University addresses reports of Sex Discrimination or Sexual Misconduct and the procedures for resolution of alleged violations of the Sexual Misconduct Policy.
Confidential Advisors are available to help. Confidential Advisors are designated individuals who have been trained to aid a person involved in a sexual misconduct complaint in the resolution process as a confidential resource.
If the incident or situation is criminal in nature, immediately contact University Police Department or the local police where the incident occurred. The University Police Department is located at 531 R.W.E. Jones Drive, (318) 274-2222 (24-hour number) or 911 for emergencies.