Reporting Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence If you have been subjected to sexual violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, and/or stalking:
  1. Report the situation to someone in a position of authority or the police department
  2. Obtain order of protection or a no contact order
  3. Take advantage of the services available through the University, i.e., Counseling Center, Faculty & Staff Assistance Program (FSAP), Sexual Assault Response Team (SART)
  4. Request assistance for personal safety
  5. Preserve all evidence of the offense
  6. Request to speak anonymously with a member of SART or submit an anonymous report through ’Cane Watch

Confidentiality Every effort to review a complaint will be handled in a manner that protects the privacy and confidentiality of all parties. However, a request for complete confidentiality may limit the extent to which a thorough investigation can be conducted. Retaliation The University prohibits retaliation against individuals who file a complaint or who participate in the complaint process. Retaliation is regarded as a basis for a separate complaint and can lead to further review and disciplinary action.

Contact Resources
Contact Phone
Counseling Center (Students) 305-284-5511
Sexual Assault Response Team (Students) 305-798-6666
Dean of Students Office (Coral Gables) 305-284– 5353
Dean of Students Office - (Law Students) 305-284-4551
Dean of Student Office (Medical Student) 305-343-3075
Ombudsperson Coral Gables: 305-284-4922
Miller School: 305-243-8400
Faculty Affairs (Faculty) Coral Gables: 305-284-3386
Miller School: 305-243-6551
Workplace Equity & Performance Office (Employee, Third Party) Coral Gables: 305-284-3064
School of Medicine: 305-243-7203
Student Health Center 305-284-9100
Faculty & Staff Assistance Program Coral Gables: 305-284-6604
University of Miami Police Department (UMPD) 305-284-6666
School of Medicine Campus Safety 305-243-6000
Rosenstiel School Campus Security 305-710-7991