Employees: Reporting An Incident

Title IX
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Reporting: Filing a Complaint

"The University is currently revising its policy to adopt all necessary elements of these new Title IX Regulations, which became effective August 14, 2020.  Please take notice that any and all Title IX-related allegations of sexual harassment reported after August 14, 2020, will be analyzed, processed, and addressed in light of these new regulations.  Until RMU's revised policy has been officially adopted, it shall be the University's policy to comply with the processes and procedures set forth in these Regulations." 

The official link to the Federal Regulations can be found here

If you experience an incident of sexual misconduct or gender-based discrimination, we encourage you to report it to the Title IX Coordinator . The Title IX Office is responsible for conducting an internal investigation, as explained in the University's policy. The Title IX Office is private, which means that they will only share information with individuals or departments that need to know. The office is also available to assist with accommodations.


FILING A COMPLAINT WITH RMU

Title IX Office

Phone: (412) 397-5490
Location: Title IX Office
School of Business, Suite 125


    Title IX Coordinator
      Lisa H. Hernandez, Esq.
      Office: Business Building 125 
      Phone: (412) 397-5968 


ADDITIONAL REPORTING OPTIONS


Incident Reporting Form


RMU Police        

Phone: (412) 397-2424
Location: Barry Center
  • Private
  • Assistance with criminal
    investigation
Ethics Point
Phone: (800) 963-5593
  • Option to remain anonymous

CONFIDENTIAL EMPLOYEE RESOURCES


RMU Employee Assistance Program        

Phone: (888) 293-6948
Login ID: standard
Password: eap4u

Pittsburgh Action Against Rape (PAAR)
Phone: (866) END-RAPE

Center for Victims
Phone: (866) 644-2882





You are encouraged to report any incident of sexual misconduct, particularly sexual assault, to the Title IX Coordinator, even if you have filed a report directly with local law enforcement, so that the University can investigate and respond.