At-a-Glance: Interim Policies
The University has adopted two interim policies that address sexual harassment and misconduct. Conduct prohibited under the University’s previous Policy will continue to be prohibited under the two new interim policies. Read More (PDF)
Harvard College Office of BGLTQ Student Life
The Harvard College Office of BGLTQ Student Life provides support, resources, and leadership development for bisexual, gay, lesbian, transgender, queer, and questioning students. Read More
Ombudsperson, Longwood Medical Area
The Longwood Ombuds Office serves students, faculty, staff and trainees of Harvard Medical School, Harvard School of Dental Medicine, and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in an informal manner and is independent in structure, function and appearance. Read More
The Resource Guide provides an overview of resources and options available to help prevent and respond to sexual harassment and other sexual misconduct at Harvard. Harvard encourages individuals who believe they may have been impacted by sexual harassment or other sexual misconduct to speak to their local Title IX Resource Coordinator for their School or unit. Resource Coordinators are available to speak in depth about the resources and options set forth within this guide.
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File A Formal Complaint
You may file a formal complaint of sexual harassment or other sexual misconduct with the University Title IX Coordinator. A formal complaint must be in writing...
Some incidents of sexual harassment or other sexual misconduct may be resolved through an informal resolution process without a full investigation. If informal resolution is appropriate...