Reporting Sexual Misconduct
The privacy of individuals who file sexual misconduct/sexual violence complaints, who are accused of sexual misconduct/sexual violence, or who are otherwise involved in the complaint process should be respected. Information obtained in connection with the filing, investigation, or resolution of complaints should be handled as confidentially as possible. It is not possible, however, to guarantee absolute confidentiality.
**Allegations of sex discrimination/sexual misconduct should be reported within (60) days of the latest incident or as soon as possible! Delay in making a complaint may make it difficult to investigate the allegations.**
Report Sexual Misconduct/Sexual Violence/Sex Discrimination:
All reports of sexual misconduct must reported to the Title IX Coordinator.
Alexis Boyd, Title IX Coordinator: W.R. Banks Building, Ste. firstname.lastname@example.org
Other offices that provide support at PVAMU
Denise Simmons: Evans Hall Room email@example.com
Campus Police: 911 (emergency) or 936.261.1375 (non-emergency)
- Civil Rights/Sexual Misconduct Online Complaint Form
- Civil Rights/Sexual Misconduct Resource and Reporting Guide
Confidential Reporting Resources
Dr. Bernadine Duncan, Director of Student Counseling Services (Student Health Center, 2nd Floor)/firstname.lastname@example.org
Nakia Hanson, Relationship and Sexual Violence Program (RSVP) (Student Counseling Center, 2nd Floor)/email@example.com