Loyola University Chicago

Office of the Dean of Students

Division of Student Development

Critical Title IX Information

The following is critical (and some time-sensitive) information for survivors of sexual assault or other forms of gender-based violence.

Right to Report

Any student who has experienced gender-based misconduct (including but not limited to sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, sexual harassment, and stalking) has a right to report the incident to Loyola, law enforcement (CPD), both, or neither. If the student wishes to report confidentially (without triggering any additional outreach or action) they should contact one of the following resources:

Any report received by other faculty or staff will be directed to the Title IX Deputy Coordinator, and will still be considered private and sensitive.

Right to Assistance

Any student who would like assistance notifying law enforcement or accessing and navigating campus and local health and mental health services, counseling, and advocacy services, may contact any of the campus resources listed below and assistance will be provided. The primary points of contact for students are the Assistant Dean of Students and Title IX Deputy Coordinator (TBD, contact Lester Manzano, Associate Dean of Students) and the Assistant Director for Health Promotions/Confidential Advisor (Mira Krivoshey, mkrivoshey@luc.edu).

Right to Accommodations and Interim Safety Measures

Any student who has experienced gender-based misconduct may request reasonable accommodations and/or interim protective measures through the Office of the Dean of Students or through the Wellness Center Sexual Assault Advocates. Such measures may include but are not limited to:

  • Temporary No Contact Directive (prevents a fellow Loyola student from contacting you)
  • Accommodations to ensure safe access to academic, housing, dining, work, or transportation needs
  • Assistance with academics including faculty notifications
  • Limited assistance with legal, visa, and immigration issues (upon request)

Resources and Contact Information

Medical and Mental Health (available regardless of whether or not you engage the conduct process or report to law enforcement):

  • Loyola University Chicago Sexual Assault Advocacy Hotline (confidential, can assist with accommodations): 773-494-3810
    • Mira Krivoshey, Assistant Director, Health Promotions (confidential): 773-508-2530 (mkrivoshey@luc.edu)
  • Loyola University Chicago Wellness Center (confidential counseling and medical): 773-508-8883
  • Rape Victim Advocates (RVA) (confidential community-based resource):  312-443-9603
    • Chicago Rape Crisis Hotline: 888-293-2080
  • RVA-Supported Medical Facilities (These are recommended if pursuing an evidence collection kit; ask for a “victims advocate” upon check-in; note that evidence collection kit must be obtained within 7 days of an assault, and certain medical support is only available in the first 72 hours.)

Law Enforcement (assistance notifying law enforcement is available)

  • Loyola University Chicago Campus Safety 773-508-6039
  • Nearest Police Departments(you can always call 911 as well)
    • LSC: Chicago Police (24th District): 312-744-5907 (6464 N. Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60626)
    • WTC: Chicago Police (18th District): 312-742-5870 (1160 N. Larrabee St., Chicago, IL 60610)
    • HSD: Cook County Sheriff’s Police: 708-865-4700 (1401 S. Maybrook Dr., Maywood, IL 60153)


  • Circuit Court of Cook County (to request a legal Order of Protection): 312-325-9006 or 312-325-9037 (located at 555 W. Harrison, Chicago, IL 60607) (*Loyola’s Campus Safety can escort you, but cannot provide legal advice.)

Title IX Coordinator and Deputies (can assist students in securing interim accommodations and other resources)

  • Coordinator: Timothy Love, J.D., Executive Director, Office for Equity and Compliance: 773-508-3733 (tlove@luc.edu)
  • Deputy Coordinator for Students: TBD, Assistant Dean of Students: 773-508-8840 (In the interim, contact Lester Manzano, Associate Dean of Students)

Other Resources

  • “Here for you” Loyola’s mobile app can be downloaded on your iPhone or Android