Carnegie Mellon University

Support and Safety Measures

When a member of the Carnegie Mellon community brings forth a report of sexual misconduct ("reporting party"), the Office of Title IX Initiatives will work with the reporting party to provide reasonably available safety and support measures, regardless of whether the reporting party wishes to pursue further investigation and/or resolution.   Safety and support measures will vary depending on the individual's needs and the circumstances of the report.  Examples of such support and safety measures may include:

  • academic accommodations and enrollment assistance;
  • workplace accommodations;
  • transportation accommodations;
  • housing accommodations;
  • campus life accommodations;
  • no contact agreements;
  • connection to medical and mental health resources and counseling; and
  • connection to medical, legal and victim advocacy.

The Office of Title IX Initiatives will endeavor to keep the safety and support measures provided to a reporting party confidential to the extent that confidentiality does not impair the ability of the University to provide such safety and support measures.