Policies and Reporting
Every member of the Notre Dame community is expected to treat others with mutual respect, hospitality and warmth. This expectation is reflected in numerous University policies and guidelines, some of which are highlighted here. The University also maintains several offices and resources, also described here, that are committed to addressing questions or concerns regarding conduct that is not consistent with the University’s expectations. Ultimately, the purpose behind these policies, guidelines, offices, and resources is to promote an environment where all of the University’s faculty, staff and students feel welcome and valued.
University Policies and Guidelines
Offices and Resources
Office of Institutional Equity
If you are unsure of where to turn for help, or if you have any questions, please contact the Office of Institutional Equity.
Erin Oliver, J.D.
Director and Title IX Coordinator, Office of Institutional Equity
Questions regarding faculty conduct
Faculty conduct questions should be directed to one of the following representatives of the Office of the Provost - Faculty Affairs.
Questions regarding staff conduct
Staff conduct questions should be directed to any one of the Human Resources Consultants (HRCs) in the Office of Human Resources.
Director, HR Consulting
Sr. HR Consultant
Sr. HR Consultant
Title IX Complaints Pertaining to Student Misconduct
Complaints pertaining to instances of student-on-student sexual harassment (including sexual misconduct and sexual assault) should be directed to the following representative from Notre Dame's Division of Student Affairs.
Deputy Title IX Coordinator*
*The Deputy Title IX Coordinator is a non-confidential resource. More information on reporting options related to student misconduct is available here.
Other Complaints Pertaining to Student Misconduct
Complaints pertaining to student misconduct other than student-on-student sexual harassment should be directed to the Office of Community Standards, within the Division of Student Affairs.
Office of Community Standards
306 Main Building, Notre Dame, IN 46556
The Notre Dame Integrity Line is a 24-hour, toll-free service that receives tips or complaints about any situation that compromises Notre Dame's values, reputation, or integrity. Users may remain anonymous.
Integrity Line Website
Speakup.nd.edu is an additional reporting resource for Notre Dame students. If you need to report an alleged incident of sexual assault, discrimination, or harassment, you can go to speakup.nd.edu to file a report.
Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
If you are a student who would like to request a reasonable accommodation, please contact Sara Bea Disability Services.
Accommodations for Faculty and Staff With Disabilities
If you are a faculty or staff member who would like to request a reasonable accommodation, please see hr.nd.edu/ada for additional information on this process.