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Making a Report

Any person may report conduct constituting possible prohibited conduct to the Title IX Coordinator in person, by mail, by telephone, by email or via the online reporting form at the top of this page. The Title IX Coordinator will promptly contact the harmed party to check on their well-being, discuss the availability of supportive measures, and explain the process for filing a formal complaint (if applicable). Reports are not the same as complaints, and making a report will not automatically initiate a formal complaint process.

Below is information for students on how to report sexual misconduct and access resources and support through our office. The Title IX Office is also available to assist employees in making reports and filing formal complaints. Please reach out to the Title IX Coordinator, Bindu Jayne, at (610) 690-3720 or

how to report
  • Call or email the Title IX Office: (610) 690-3720 or
  • Reach out to trusted faculty or staff
    • This includes designated student employees: RAs, SAMs, SWATeam
    • Deputy Title IX Coordinators can also provide supportive measures
  • Submit an anonymous Title IX Report and Concern Form online. 

The Title IX Office will reach out to the harmed party, typically via email, and invite the student to meet.

  • The student is under no obligation to respond to this outreach.
  • The student is invited to bring a support person with them to meeting.
  • The student is provided with additional resources via email.
  • The offer to meet never expires.

This initial meeting is to provide options for support, accommodations, counseling, and additional reporting. It is focused on the well-being of the student.

  • The student will not be asked any questions about the underlying incident, and they do not need to provide any details unless they choose to do so.
  • The student does not need to make any decisions about how to proceed, including whether or not to pursue a formal complaint.
  • This meeting is not and investigative interview.
 supportive measures
  • Address safety concerns
  • Provide contact restrictions/assist with obtaining Protection from Abuse order
  • Request academic accommodations
  • Coordinate housing changes
  • Adjust work schedules
  • Address physical and mental health concerns
  • Coordinate on- and off-campus counseling, as well as other off-campus appointments
  • Discuss adaptable remedies and/or formal complaint process

This list is not exhaustive, and a more fulsome description of possible supportive measures can be found in our Policy.