There are multiple reporting options at Oregon Tech: Anonymous Reporting, Confidential Reporting with the Title IX office, and formal reporting or concern sharing forms. The Safe Campus Incident Reporting Form (anonymous or non-anonymous) is routed directly to the Title IX Coordinator. This form CAN be used even if you are unsure what you may have experienced and want to talk to someone about it. Campus Incident Report (non-anonymous) is available in TECHweb to make a formal report to the Dean of Students for a variety concerns. Student Affairs Report Form (anonymous) is available for you to print and submit this paper form which helps Oregon Tech gather information regarding the incidence of sexual and dating violence on and around our campus so that we may better educate and protect our community members.
We support your choice. If you have questions about your options prior to making a report, please contact the Title IX Coordinator.
Anyone can also make a report to local law enforcement by calling 911 or visiting reportingoptions.org.
A student's right to participate in education is protected by Title IX.
Who is a respondent?
A respondent is the individual or individuals who allegedly engaged in the conduct prohibited under the Oregon Tech Sexual Harassment and Consensual Relations Leading to Conflicts of Interest policies.
Who is a complainant?
A complainant is the individual or individuals who have allegedly been the subject of conduct prohibited under the Oregon Tech policy on Sexual Harassment, regardless of whether the individual or individuals file a complaint or otherwise seek disciplinary action.
Title IX Policies, Procedures, and Rights
- Interim Sexual Misconduct Policy
- Interim Prohibited Discrimination & Discriminatory Harassment Policy
- Interim Reporting Misconduct and Prohibited Retaliation Policy
- Campus Sexual Assault Bill of Rights
- Respondent Rights & Resources
- Complainant Rights & Resources
- Overview of Investigation Process
- Overview of Complaint Options
Oregon Tech strives to maintain an atmosphere that supports educational and career advancement based on reasonable, meaningful, and objective measures, such as academic and job performance. Oregon Tech strives to recruit and retain top talent and persons of diverse backgrounds and experiences for its workforce and within its student body.
Oregon Tech recognizes sexual misconduct as a form of sex discrimination. Sexual misconduct serves as an umbrella term for behaviors, including, but not limited to: sexual and gender-based harassment, sexual exploitation, sexual assault, relationship violence, and sex and gender-based stalking.
Sexual Misconduct has no place on Oregon Tech campuses, facilities, or within the Oregon Tech Community and it will not be tolerated. People who commit Sexual Misconduct will be held accountable.
In May 2020, the U.S. Department of Education released new regulations pertaining to Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. Oregon Tech approaching the regulation changes as an opportunity to review all of Oregon Tech’s policies, procedures, and processes related to sexual misconduct. If you have a question or concern that involved sexual misconduct or Title IX compliance, please contact the Title IX Coordinator or the Title IX Investigator.
Campus Security Authority Information and Resources
Oregon Tech encourages the campus community to immediately report crimes or suspicious activity to the Campus Safety Police Department to help maintain the safest possible environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors.
Campus Security Authorities
Oregon Tech encourages the campus community to immediately report crimes or suspicious activity to the Campus Safety Police Department to help maintain the safest possible environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors. As mentioned throughout and pursuant to the Clery Act, a federal law, the university is required to compile and publish crime statistics in an Annual Security Report. As part of this obligation, members of the university’s community who are considered to be Campus Security Authorities are required to report crimes for inclusion as statistics in the university’s Annual Security Report.