Mandatory Reporting

All University employees must, within 24 hours of receiving the information, report information they have about discrimination based on sex and sexual harassment involving students, as defined by UM's Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation Policy, to the EO/Title IX Coordinator.  The employee must provide the EO/Title IX Coordinator with all information they have directly related to the incident. This includes, but is not limited to the names of people involved, as well as facts, including the date(s), time(s), and location(s). Employees should not conduct their own investigations or engage in fact-finding, but as described above, should report information they have. Confidential Resources as defined in this Policy at Section V are exempt from this mandatory reporting requirement. 

How to Report

Online Form: https://cm.maxient.com/reportingform.php?UnivofMontana&layout_id=9  

Phone: (406) 243-5710 

Email: eoaa@mso.umt.edu 

Visit our office: 006 University Hall 

Mail: Equal Opportunity and Title IX 

        006 University Hall 

        Missoula, MT 59812 

Training

To ensure you understand your responsibility, the Equal Opportunity Office offers training on how to identify, respond to, and report such conduct. Led by Alicia Arant, Equal Opportunity Director/Title IX Coordinator, this training will help you prepare to respond effectively to reports of sexual misconduct and understand guidelines around confidentiality. Attending this training is encouraged for all UM employees.

To RSVP for an upcoming training session, please visit the Office of Organizational Learning and Development website (located here).