File a Complaint

Any member of the SUNO campus community, guest, visitor or other interested party may make a report of an alleged violation of this policy. 

Formal complaints must be in writing and it is suggested for the preservation of evidence that they be submitted within 120 calendar days following the date of the alleged incident of sexual misconduct. Formal complaints submitted after 120 calendar days still will be investigated. While SUNO is firmly committed to protecting all members of the campus community from sexual misconduct, failure to file a timely complaint may adversely affect the ability of  SUNO to take appropriate actions under this policy.

Formal complaints must be submitted in person or a complainant or reporter can all to make arrangements for a representative to meet with them at another location. Individuals that are unable to file a written complaint and would like to make a verbal complaint can call a designated reporting location, but in order for a complaint to be official it must be in writing.

Complaint Form (PDF)

Complete the following form to file a complaint electronically:

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