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Reporting Options

The University offers a number of resources to report sexual violence, sexual harassment, dating violence and stalking.

Reporting On-Campus

Notice or complaints of sexual harassment and/or retaliation may be made using any of the following options:

Title IX Coordinator

File a complaint with, or give verbal notice to, the Title IX Coordinator or deputies listed throughout this site. Such a report may be made at any time (including during non-business hours) by using the telephone number or email address, or by mail to the office address, listed for the Title IX Coordinator or any other official listed.

Public Safety

Report to Public Safety at 773-298-3911.

Online Reporting

Report online, using the Sexual Misconduct Reporting Form. Anonymous reports are accepted but can give rise to a need to investigate. Saint Xavier University tries to provide supportive measures to all Complainants, which is impossible with an anonymous report. Because reporting carries no obligation to initiate a formal response, and as Saint Xavier University respects Complainant requests to dismiss complaints unless there is a compelling threat to health and/or safety, the Complainant is largely in control and should not fear a loss of privacy by making a report that allows Saint Xavier University to discuss and/or provide supportive measures.]

Report to any Mandated Reporter

All employees of Saint Xavier University (including student employees), with the exception of those who are designated as Confidential Resources, are Mandated Reporters and must promptly share with the Title IX Coordinator all known details of a report made to them in the course of their employment.

Ongoing Assistance

The Counseling Center offers professional and confidential counseling is available at no charge for SXU Students. Services can be requested online or by phone.

Counseling Center
3911 W. 103rd Street (Driehaus Center)
Chicago, IL 60655

The Health Center offers confidential medical services, STD testing, treatment and referrals are available.

Health Center
3925 W. 103rd Street (Driehaus Center)
Chicago, IL 60655

The resources below include staff trained in handling personal student information and providing appropriate services to students or to refer when necessary. These staff members are required to share information with the Dean of Students or Title IX Coordinator. Additionally, all faculty and most staff members are required to notify the Dean of Students or Title IX Coordinator when a student shares information about an incident.

Campus Ministry offers spiritual support, comfort and guidance during crisis and all throughout the school year.

Mercy Ministry Center

The Dean of Students Office can assist students in knowing their full range of options for response to an incident, assist with interim measures such as a housing or course change, provide no-contact directives, and protect against retaliation. This office manages all formal investigations of student misconduct.

Warde Academic Center (Room L-103)