Reporting to the University
The University encourages any individual who has been affected by sexual harassment or misconduct to immediately report the incident(s) giving rise to such concerns.
The University will respond promptly and equitably to all reports of sexual harassment or misconduct and will take appropriate steps to eliminate any harassment or misconduct, prevent its recurrence and address its effects. The University, as part of its response, will provide support and resources to students, faculty and professional staff to address concerns related to sexual harassment and misconduct.
Any student, employee, applicant for employment or admission to the University, or campus guest who believes that they have been discriminated against on the basis of sex, in violation of Title IX or the University’s Sexual Harassment and Sexual Misconduct Policy, may make a report to the Title IX Coordinator.
Submit an EIC Report
The EIC incident reporting form is EIC's preferred and primary method for receiving reports. Using this form ensures that EIC has the information necessary to make informed decisions concerning report response and the health and safety of impacted individuals and our Drexel Community. However, if for some reason you are unable to submit the report using reporting form above, please contact EIC by phone or email to relay your report or to gather additional information about reporting.
By Phone: 215.895.1405
By Email: email@example.com
Anonymously through Drexel University Ethics Point:
IN THE CASE OF AN EMERGENCY:
Call 911 or 215.895.2222 (Drexel Public Safety)
Inquiries about the application of Title IX to the University may be made internally to:
MacKenzie Luke, Interim Title IX Coordinator and Associate Vice President of Student Success and Chief of Staff
James E. Marks Intercultural Center
3225 Arch Street, Suite 011
Philadelphia, PA 19104
If you have questions about mandatory reporting and referral responsibilities, click here.
External Reporting & Inquiries
Inquiries may be made externally to:
Office for Civil Rights (OCR)
U.S. Department of Education
400 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, D.C. 20202-1100