Report an Incident

The University is dedicated to providing an environment of respect for all, free from Sexual and Discriminatory Harassment. To the extent any of the University’s students, faculty, staff experience offensive or harassing behavior by students, faculty, staff or third parties with whom they must interact as part of their work or educational responsibilities, the University is committed to eliminating such misconduct. 

To this end, the University of Notre Dame has partnered with Holy Cross College, and Saint Mary's College to create the Memorandum of Understanding Addressing Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment (MOU). The MOU was created to facilitate access to information about each institution’s reporting options, procedures, definitions, and resources when students from different campuses are impacted. The current Memorandum of Understanding Addressing Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment (MOU) between Holy Cross College, Saint Mary’s College and the University of Notre Dame is available here.

Important Information Regarding Sexual Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, Dating Violence, Domestic Violence, Stalking, and Conduct That Creates A Hostile Environment is also available in the following languages:

When the Offender is a Notre Dame Student

If a student has engaged in sexual harassment (including sexual assault, non-consensual sexual contact, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, other forms of sexual misconduct, or conduct that creates a hostile environment), you may report the incident directly to the University administration, directly to law enforcement, or both. 

  • How to Report to the University

    • Contact Amber Monroe, Student Title IX Services Manager by calling 574-631-7728 or e-mail DeputyTitleIXcoordinator@nd.edu, or
    • Submit a report online to report an incident. The information you report will be forwarded to Amber Monroe, Student Title IX Services Manager.
  • How to Report to Law Enforcement

    • In an emergency, call 911.
    • Notre Dame Security Police (call 574-631-5555)
    • St. Joseph County Police (call 574-235-9611)

For more information, please refer to du Lac: A Guide to Student Life.

When the Offender is a Holy Cross College Student

If you have been impacted by the conduct of a Holy Cross College student, faculty, or staff you may report directly to Holy Cross College or to local law enforcement.

  • How to Report to Holy Cross College

    • Contact Holy Cross College’s Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Title IX Coordinators. Reporting options and contact information are available here.
    • More information about Holy Cross College definitions, procedures, resource information and, reporting options is available here.
  • How to Report to Law Enforcement

    • In an emergency, call 911.
    • St. Joseph County Police (call 574-235-9611)

When the Offender is a Saint Mary's College Student

If you have been impacted by the conduct of a Saint Mary's College student, faculty, or staff you may report directly to Saint Mary's College or to local law enforcement.

  • How to Report to Saint Mary's College

    • Contact Saint Mary's College Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Coordinators. Contact information is available here
    • Submit the Saint Mary's College Online Incident Reporting Form available here
    • More information about Saint Mary's College definitions, procedures, resource information and, reporting options is available here.
  • How to Report to Law Enforcement

    • In an emergency, call 911.
    • St. Joseph County Police (call 574-235-9611)

When the Offender is a Notre Dame Faculty, Staff Member, or Third Party

If a Notre Dame faculty or staff member or third party has engaged in sexual harassment (including sexual assault, non-consensual sexual contact, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, other forms of sexual misconduct, or conduct that creates a hostile environment), you may report the incident directly to the University administration, directly to law enforcement, or both. 

  • How to Report to the University

    • Contact Karrah Miller, Title IX Coordinator, by calling 574-631-0444 or e-mail equity@nd.edu.
  • How to Report to Law Enforcement

    • In an emergency, call 911.
    • Notre Dame Security Police (call 574-631-5555)
    • St. Joseph County Police (call 574-235-9611)

For more information, please refer to the University's Reporting and Response Procedure for Violations of the University's Policy on Sexual and and Discriminatory Harassment by Faculty and Staff.