Any member (faculty, staff, or student) or recognized group or organization of the Marymount University community may report and/or file a report to an administrator, campus office, or Campus Safety alleging a violation of university policy or when behavior warrants attention.
- Anonymous Reports are permitted, but doing so may limit the University’s ability to investigate and/or respond.
- We encourage filling out the reporting forms with as much information as possible. Our ability to respond to a situation is limited to the amount of information provided.
- False reporting and retaliation are very serious violations of University policy. If an individual makes a false report or takes negative action towards a reporter, that individual may face consequences under the Community Code of Conduct, staff handbook, or faculty handbook.
If you submit a report and provide your contact information, you may be contacted to meet with the Assistant Director for Community Services and Title IX Office, Care Team, or Campus Safety and Emergency Management. Working together with the appropriate staff member will allow you to develop a plan for the next steps that take into account your needs. Additionally, each submitted report serves as a data point of grievances, incidents, and bias activity on our campus. We use this data to inform the annual Clery Act reporting and to create educational programming or new community standards for our campus community.
These reporting forms are for non-emergencies only. If this is an emergency, please dial 911 or contact Campus Safety and Emergency Management at 703-284-1600.
All members of the community – students, faculty, staff, and the local community – with information about an incident or concern that impacts the Marymount University campus community can submit a report to the Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution. Reports may include identifying information or be submitted anonymously. Do not use this form if you are a staff member in Student Living, instead, please contact the Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution at email@example.com for the appropriate report form.
Sometimes situations arise in which students, parents, or faculty have concerns about a Marymount student. Whether it be a concern for a student’s health, welfare, or safety, the CARE Team is available to help. If you have a concern about a current Marymount student, you may refer the matter to the Marymount Student Care Team by clicking on the above link.
The University provides support through the Sexual and Interpersonal Misconduct Policy that can assist each individual in making these important decisions, and to the extent legally possible, will respect an individual’s autonomy in deciding how to proceed to balance the individual’s interest with its obligation to provide a safe and nondiscriminatory environment for all members of the University community.
Marymount University has no tolerance for hate. The university does not tolerate hate crimes or bias-motivated incidents and will respond to them with appropriate sanctions. Students, faculty, or staff who experience or witness any form of a hate crime or bias-motivated incident should report it immediately.
What happens after I submit a report?
When there is the potential of a code of conduct violation, the Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution will facilitate a preliminary investigation, determine the severity of the case, and the extent of the threat to the health or welfare of our community. When the incident does not rise to the level of a conduct violation, outreach may be made to all known parties to provide resources, support, and education.
In certain circumstances, once a report has been filed, the University may proceed with a pre-investigation, even if a Reporter or Complainant later chooses to retract, rescind, or recant any or all of the report or chooses not to cooperate. Action will only be taken without the consent of a Reporter or Complainant if, in the University’s judgment, such action is necessary to protect the safety, security, or integrity of the University or any of its members.
If you want to speak directly to someone about an incident, contact one of the following:
|Title IX||Campus Safety|
Title IX Coordinator
|24-hour phone: 703-284-1600
Tip Line: (703) 247-8345
or dial 911
|Conduct & Conflict Resolution||CARE Team|
Assistant Director for Community Standards
|Dr. Natoschia Scruggs