Carnegie Mellon University

Confidential Reporting Options

You may confidentially report sexual misconduct to the sources listed below.  Reports made to Community Resources will not be shared with the University.  Reports made to the confidential Campus Resources will not be shared on an individual or identifying level.  However, aggregate statistics will be shared with the Office of Title IX Initiatives for reporting and analysis purposes.

Community Resources

Survivors of domestic or dating violence (whether male or female) may report confidentially to the Women’s Center and Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh.  Reports will not be shared with the University.

Survivors of sexual violence may report confidentially to Pittsburgh Advocates Against Rape.  Reports will not be shared with the University.

Survivors of domestic, dating or sexual violence may report confidentially to the Center for Victims.

For more information about these resources, please click on the links above or check out our Resources Page.

Campus Resources

Survivors of domestic, dating or sexual violence who are students may report confidentially to Counseling and Psychological Services or University Health Services.  This means that identifying information will not be shared with the University without the express request or permission by the student to do so.  However, aggregate statistics will be shared  with the Office of Title IX Initiatives for reporting and analysis purposes.

Any member of the campus community may also make reports pertaining to Title IX, and other types of concerns, through the Ethics Reporting Hotline. Students, faculty and staff can anonymously file a report by calling 877-700-7050 or visiting www.reportit.net (user name: tartans; password: plaid). All submissions will be shared with appropriate university personnel. The hotline is NOT an emergency service. For emergencies, call University Police at 412-268-2323.

For more information about these resources, please click on the links above or check out our Resources Page.