What is sexual misconduct?
The term sexual misconduct includes sexual harassment, sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking.
- Learn more about how the University defines sexual misconduct
- Learn more about support and reporting options for survivors of sexual misconduct
- Learn more about JHU's work on the National Academies' of Science Action Collaborative on Preventing Sexual Harassment in Higher Education
JHU Sexual Assault Response and Prevention
If you have been sexually assaulted or are a victim of other sexual misconduct, we urge you to get medical care and reach out to a counselor for emotional support. We also stand ready to assist you with a complaint through JHU and/or local law enforcement and encourage you to submit one. In addition, the university has a range of resources to raise awareness on these issues.
Filing a Sexual Misconduct Complaint
Community members are encouraged to report sexual misconduct to the JHU Office of Institutional Equity (OIE). OIE assesses sexual misconduct complaints filed by students, staff and faculty, and is committed to handling reports of sexual misconduct with discretion and sensitivity.
- File a sexual misconduct complaint
- Flowchart: Procedures per New Title IX Regulations (updated August 14, 2020)
- Flowchart: Procedures for Other Sexual Misconduct (updated August 14, 2020)
Frequently Asked Questions
Find answers to common questions about sexual misconduct and review official JHU policies.