Title IX and Policy Against Sexual Misconduct
Reporting an Incident of Sexual Misconduct, and Resources for Victims/Survivors
Rasmussen University policy strongly condemns and expressly prohibits sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual harassment and stalking. The full Title IX and Policy Against Sexual Misconduct can be found in the University Catalog/Addendum.
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Reporting an Incident to the University
Anyone—whether a student, employee, bystander, witness or other third-party—may report an incident of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual harassment or stalking. A report may be made through the Online Reporting System, to college authorities, external resources or to law enforcement. Contact information for all of these options is provided below. Also, please scroll down to review important considerations in the Victim’s/Survivor’s Rights and Options section of this page.
Reports made through the Online Reporting System or to university personnel will be kept confidential within the scope of the investigation and to the extent allowed under law, but confidentiality cannot be guaranteed in every circumstance.