Reporting, Resources, and Supportive Measures

Reporting Options

Title IX concerns should be made to the Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Coordinators. Reports can be made by phone, email, website online report form, or in person. Reports may also be made anonymously. However, employees who are responsible employees (mandatory reporters) and may not file a report anonymously. Reports will be forwarded to the appropriate office.

Victim/survivors have the right to report without further participation in any investigation. If a victim/survivor chooses to report, a university authority can assist. The university will make available interim measures, such as accommodations, regardless of whether the victim/survivor chooses to report to police or the university.

Retaliation for filing a report or participating in an investigation is not tolerated at UTA.


The university will do its best to honor the victim/survivor's request for confidentiality, however, confidentiality is not guaranteed. Most university employees are considered "responsible employees" meaning they are mandated to report Title IX allegations to the Title IX Coordinator. The University may need to act to maintain campus safety and must determine whether to investigate further, even if the victim/survivor requests to email confidential or requests the University not ot investigate further.

While a victim/survivor’s conversation will be kept private (will not be shared unnecessarily with others), only a conversation with a confidential resource can be kept confidential (meaning a victim/survivors identity will not be shared with anyone without the express written consent of the victim/survivor).

Confidential resources are still require to report non-personal identifying information about the incident to the Title IX Coordinator.

Confidential resources include CAPS, Health Services, and RVSP Advocates.