Report to USC Equity, Equal Opportunity, and Title IX Office
- Access Supportive Measures
- Formal Complain by the Reporting Party or Title IX Coordinator
Seek confidential resources
Available at any time from the following:
- Office of the Ombuds
- Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Programs and Services
- Center for Work and Family Love
- Student Counseling Services
Access Emergency Services
- Calling 911 or
- Seeking Emergency Medical Assistance or
- Obtaining Forensic Sexual Assault Examination
- USC Department of Public Safety or
- Los Angeles Police Department
When a Formal Complaint is made by the Reporting Party or Title IX Coordinator, the Formal Resolution for Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Cases flows from Investigation with Evidence Review and a Written Report to a Hearing resulting in a Decision and Sanction, then to an Appeal.
The Process for Discrimination and Harassment flows from Investigation with Evidence Review and a Written Report to a Final Decision and Sanction, then to an Appeal.
Confidential Resources are always available without making a report.
Any person can make a report and receive reasonably available and appropriate supportive measures free of charge.
The Reporting Party’s wishes will be taken into consideration about whether to proceed with a formal complaint.
A Reporting Party and Respondent both have the right to an advisor of choice.
The University prohibits retaliation against any party or witness.