Anonymous Report: A report can be made anonymously, on the phone or online. Many who choose this option are third-party reporters, or just want to document the incident. Depending on the information provided, the university’s ability to respond may be limited.
Limited Information Report: A report can be made without sharing the name of the Respondent. Many who choose this option do so to discuss options, remedies, and accommodations without pursuing an investigation.
University Report: If both the name of the Complainant and Respondent are shared, the University can perform either an informal resolution or a formal investigation to possibly hold the Respondent accountable. This is not a confidential process, but information will be kept private.
Police Report: Administrative action can be taken through the Title IX process with or without also filing a report with the police. To pursue criminal action, file a separate report with the University Police Department (UTPD).
In Person or by Phone
Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Athletics
5.386 North End Zone (NEZ)
Individuals may report an incident, with or without filing charges.
Individuals may report an incident that has happened on-campus, with or without filing charges. Phone: 512-471-4441, use 9 for non-emergencies. For emergencies call 911.
Individuals may also file a complaint to the Office of Civil Rights, Department of Education.
If you are experiencing workplace discrimination, submit an inquiry to better understand options. This is different than filing a charge of discrimination, but they can help assist you file a charge if appropriate.