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The Conduct Process in Sexual Misconduct Cases

The Office of Student Conduct and the Title IX Office have created a series of videos that can help you to understand your reporting options and the conduct process in cases of sexual misconduct.  These videos are designed for survivors of sexual misconduct but may also be helpful to people providing support to a survivor.  You may choose to watch all of these videos or only the videos that feel relevant to you right now.  

I.  What You Need to Know If You Have Been a Victim of Sexual Misconduct
II.  An Overview of Your Options for Reporting
III.  Confidentiality
IV.  Formal vs. Informal Conduct Options
V.  Things to Consider When Making a Decision about Reporting
VI.  First Steps of Filing a Formal Complaint
VII.  Your Interview with Student Conduct: What to Expect
VIII.  During the Investigation: What to Expect
IX.  The Investigative Report: What to Expect
X.  Decisions and Sanctions
XI.  The Appeal Process