I Want to Notify the University
There are several ways to notify the University of an incident of sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, or stalking. Ultimately, all reports of these incidents get sent to Jessica Landis, Deputy Title IX Coordinator who is knowledgeable about the rights and resources available to survivors.
EthicsLine: EthicsLine is the University’s automated reporting system for misconduct. You can fill out a form within the system or call 855-603-6988.
Anonymous Reporting: Anonymous reporting is available at Loyola through the EthicsLine Reporting Hotline at (855) 603-6988 or on their website at www.luc.edu/ethicsline. When you make an anonymous report here, your case will be assigned a number. This is all that will be shared with the Deputy Title IX Coordinator. Your name will not be included, but the University will be able to follow-up with you by that number if you choose to move forward with the University conduct process.
Reporting to a Title IX Coordinator Directly:
To report an incident involving another student:
Assistant Dean of Students for Safety and Equity/Title IX Deputy Coordinator
Contact: email@example.com, 773-508-8834
To report an incident involving a faculty or staff member:
Danielle Hanson, M.A., PHR
Title IX Deputy Coordinator/Director of Process Improvement and Technology Advancement
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 773-508-3962
Reporting to Campus Safety:
There are two ways to file a report with Campus Safety:
- Report in person to the Campus Safety office at 6427 N. Sheridan Rd.
- Call the Campus Safety Dispatch Center at 772-508-6039
After filing a report with Campus Safety, they will contact the Deputy Title IX Coordinator.
All notices get sent to the Deputy Title IX Coordinator. They will then send you an e-mail with information about your rights and resources, along with an offer to meet in person. You can choose to accept or decline this meeting. If you decline the in-person meeting, no further action is taken. The only exception to this rule is if there is a present threat to the larger University community, in which case they have a duty to notify Campus Safety. If you choose to meet, the Deputy Title IX Coordinator will more fully explain your options, in addition to the University grievance process. The University grievance process is Loyola’s conduct process that investigates potential violations of our Community Standards. If you choose not to meet with the Deputy Title IX Coordinator at this time, know that you can follow-up with them at any point during your time at Loyola.
Depending on how you choose to report, all notices get sent to the Deputy Title IX Coordinator. They will keep the information private and will not share what you have provided with any outside department. The only exception to this rule is if there is a present threat to the larger University community, in which case they have a duty to notify Campus Safety.