Reporting Sexual Harassment or Sexual Misconduct
The University encourages anyone who experiences or learns about an incident of sexual misconduct to file a report immediately so the University can respond accordingly. You can file a report by going to the online Reporting Sexual Misconduct Form.
For those who wish to remain anonymous, anonymous reports may be made online using the same form, the Reporting Sexual Misconduct Form.
Anonymous reporting, however, may impact the University's ability to respond or pursue appropriate action against the alleged perpetrators. On-line reports, which are anonymous, will be reviewed and referred to the appropriate department for follow up.
All Suffolk employees (with the exception of those working in the Counseling, Health & Wellness Center, the Interfaith Center and Human Resource Confidential Resource Provider(s)) are required to immediately inform the Title IX coordinator of a report of sexual misconduct.
Title IX Coordinator (Non-confidential Report)
Sheila M. Calkins, BSN, JD
Director of Title IX Compliance
13th floor, 73 Tremont Street
Other University offices to which you can report sexual misconduct
Counseling, Health & Wellness Center (Students Only) (Confidential Report)
5th floor, 73 Tremont Street
Health and Wellness: 617-573-8260
Interfaith Center (Students Only) (Confidential Report)
Student Affairs/Dean of Students (CAS and SBS Students) (Non-confidential Report)
12th floor, 73 Tremont Street
Dean of Students Office (Law Students) (Non-confidential Report)
4th floor, 120 Tremont Street
Residence Life and Housing (Non-confidential Report)
7th floor, 73 Tremont Street
Diversity Services (All Students) (Non-confidential Report)
Human Resources (Employees) (Non-confidential Report)
11th floor, 73 Tremont Street
Suffolk University Police Department (Students and Employees) (Non-confidential Report)
Floor A, 8 Ashburton Place
Non-emergency lines: 617-573-8113 or 617-573-8333