2019 Survey Results

Learn the results of the Harvard 2019 AAU Student Survey on Sexual Assault & Misconduct.

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Nicole Merhill

As University Title IX Officer, I reiterate not only the University's commitment to working together to proactively address concerns of sexual and gender-based harassment, but also my unwavering commitment to ensuring that Harvard University continues to serve as a leader in community outreach, education, and prevention efforts.


-Nicole Merhill, Title IX Officer, Harvard University

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Connect with a Coordinator

Connect with a Coordinator

Title IX Coordinators have specialized experience in responding to disclosures of sexual and gender-based harassment in the Harvard community. They are also aware that your concerns may be of a sensitive nature and can offer supports to help you.

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Find Your Options

Find Your Options

If you have been impacted by or are supporting someone who has been impacted by sexual and gender-based harassment, or are a party in a formal complaint involving sexual and gender-based harassment, you have options for getting resources and support.

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The Policy

This Policy is designed to ensure a safe and non-discriminatory educational and work environment and to meet legal requirements, including...

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Harvard’s Title IX Prevention & Awareness Program strives to deliver customizable programs and trainings for Harvard faculty, staff, and students.

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Informational Materials

Discover resources that explore Harvard's Policy and procedures in-depth and provide further information on key concepts.

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Annual Report

Each year, the Title IX Office and the Office for Dispute Resolution issue a joint annual report. These reports contain information such as Title IX educational initiatives, data on trainings and disclosures, and ODR data on formal complaints. 

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The Title IX Office, ODR, and the network of Title IX Coordinators delivered 319 in-person trainings and presentations in FY18.55% increase in disclosures of potential sexual and gender-based harassment from FY17-FY18.