Title IX Reporting Form

Title IX Reporting Form

At Florida International University, members of the University community have the right to be free from all forms of sex/gender harassment, discrimination and misconduct, examples of which can include acts of sexual violence, sexual harassment, domestic dating partner violence, and stalking. All members of the University community are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that does not infringe upon the rights of others and is consistent with the FIU 105 regulation. CRCA will investigate the complaint in accordance with University Policy and Procedures.

The FIU 105 regulation may be found at: https://regulations.fiu.edu/regulation=FIU-105.

The Title IX Coordinator and Civil Rights Coordinator oversees all discrimination, harassment and sexual misconduct complaints made by employees, students and visitors. Ryan Kelley, Director of Civil Rights Compliance and Accessibility (CRCA), is the Title IX Coordinator.

As a reminder, all University employees, including faculty members, staff members, and administrators, with the exception of those working in a confidential capacity (such as counselors, victim advocates, medical providers, and clergy) are required to report any instances of Title IX violations by contacting the University, Title IX Coordinator, Ryan Kelley or the Office of Civil Rights Compliance and Accessibility (CRCA).

Please note that individuals involved in incidents of gender discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, relationship violence or stalking are referred to as the following:

  • Reporter – Any person (including the Complainant) who reports an alleged policy violation
  • Complainant – Any individual who may have been the subject of any Sexual Misconduct, Dating or Domestic Partner Violence, and/or Stalking by the Respondent regardless of whether the individual makes a report
  • Accused – Any individual or group who has been accused of violating this policy.
  • Witness – Any person who has directly observed an incident or has direct or indirect knowledge related to the incident being reported