EMPLOYEES: REPORTING AN INCIDENT

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OFFICE OF DIVERSITY, INCLUSION, AND EQUITY > TITLE IX > FOR EMPLOYEES > REPORT
Reporting: Filing a Complaint

Robert Morris University is committed to supporting all members of the faculty and staff, and upholding the University's Policy on Sexual Misconduct and Relationship Violence.

If you experience an incident of sexual misconduct or gender-based discrimination, we encourage you to report it to the Title IX Coordinator or the Deputy Title IX Coordinator. The ODIE is responsible for conducting an internal investigation, as explained in the University's policy. The ODIE is private, which means that they will only share information with individuals or departments that need to know. The office is also available to assist with accommodations.


FILING A COMPLAINT WITH RMU

Office of Diversity, Inclusion & Equity

Phone: (412) 397-5472
Location: Office of Diversity, Inclusion & Equity
School of Business, Suite 125


    Title IX Coordinator
      Yasmin Purohit, Ph.D. 
      Office: Business Building 125 
      Phone: (412) 397-5472     
      purohit@rmu.edu

    Deputy Title IX Coordinator
      Bethany Neiman
      Office: Business Building 125A 
      Phone: (412) 397-5968 
      neiman@rmu.edu 



ADDITIONAL REPORTING OPTIONS


RMU Police        

Phone: (412) 397-2424
Location: Barry Center
  • Private
  • Assistance with criminal
    investigation
Ethics Point
Phone: (800) 963-5593
  • Option to remain anonymous

CONFIDENTIAL EMPLOYEE RESOURCES


RMU Employee Assistance Program        

Phone: (888) 293-6948
Login ID: standard
Password: eap4u

Pittsburgh Action Against Rape (PAAR)
Phone: (866) END-RAPE

Center for Victims
Phone: (866) 644-2882





You are encouraged to report any incident of sexual misconduct, particularly sexual assault, to the Title IX Coordinator, even if you have filed a report directly with local law enforcement, so that the University can investigate and respond.