Title IX Coordinator
The Office for University Equity and Compliance
Richards Hall 125
- The designated official with primary responsibility for coordinating the University’s compliance with Title IX
- Oversees the coordinated response to reports of Prohibited Conduct including thorough, fair, and impartial investigations and remedies or interim measures designed to protect the University community
- Provides leadership for Title IX education and training for all students, faculty and staff
- Not a confidential resource. Information reported to the Title IX Coordinator will be shared only with individuals who “need to know” in order to assist in the assessment, investigation, and resolution of the reported incident.
Northeastern University Police Department
- Offers an immediate response to emergency situations
- Provides resources and assistance to victims
- Not a confidential resource. Officers are required to report to the University’s Title IX Coordinator all information disclosed about an incident of Prohibited Conduct.
Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution (OSCCR)
- Receives formal complaints of Code of Student Conduct violations and oversees the Student Conduct hearing process
- Administers no contact orders through disciplinary process
- Not a confidential resource. OSCCR administrators are required to report to the University’s Title IX Coordinator all information disclosed about an incident of Prohibited Conduct.
University Health and Counseling Services
- Provides assessment and treatment of physical injuries, psychological support, therapy referrals and advocacy options
- Confidential Resource
- Provides temporary safe room or permanent change of room assignment
- Refers victims and complainants to campus resources
- Not a confidential resource. Residence Life staff members are required to report to the University’s Title IX Coordinator all information disclosed about an incident of Prohibited Conduct.
Sexual Violence Resource Center (SVRC)
106 St. Stephen Street
- Provides confidential support, prevention, and education services to students dealing with issues related to Prohibited Offenses as defined under Northeastern University Policy.
- Focuses on helping students understand their rights and University processes, and makes students aware of support options available to them, both on and off campus, in order to make informed decisions moving forward.
- Confidential resource. VRC staff members are considered Confidential Employees according to University policy. This means that students who have concerns related to Prohibited Offenses can seek measures of institutional support from VRC without having their name or any identifying characteristics reported to the Title IX Coordinator or Office of University Equity and Compliance (OUEC).
Comprehensive Confidential Boston Area Resources
Comprehensive Confidential National Resources
National Sexual Violence Resource Center
SafeLink (Statewide Domestic Violence Hotline)
Boston Police Department Sexual Assault Unit
Suffolk County District Attorney’s Victim Witness Assistance Program
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Domestic Abuse Intervention and Prevention
BIDMC – Center for Violence Prevention and Recovery