Consider reporting the incident. Reporting can aid your recovery and prevent future incidents. Individuals have the right to report incidents of sexual harassment, sexual assault/misconduct, dating/domestic violence, and stalking to law enforcement, to the University, and to confidential support resources.
If you are a University faculty/staff member and are making a report as a Responsible Employee - you must make a University Report via the Public Incident Report Form.
What to Expect
In support of the University's efforts to provide an environment that is safe and free of both harassing and discriminatory behavior, ISU follows up on all reports of sexual harassment, sexual assault/misconduct, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking, including those received from campus and community law enforcement agencies.
Individuals who make a report to law enforcement or directly to the University will receive an email from the Office of Equal Opportunity and Access (OEOA) containing information about campus and community support resources, detailing the investigation process, and explaining individual rights. Individuals may be asked to meet with OEOA to review this information and to determine participation in a University investigation. Meeting with OEOA and/or participating in a University investigation is voluntary, however it is encouraged. The University’s ability to respond to the incident may be limited without participation from the Complainant.