How to File a Whistleblower Report
A whistleblower can be any employee, student, vendor, guest, alumnus/alumna, or supporter of the university who has direct knowledge, or a reasonable concern, that the university or any of its agents is acting contrary to any applicable federal, state or local laws or contrary to an established Dordt University policy. To file a report, please submit the whistleblower report form.
How to File a Title IX Report
If you or a friend would like to file a report about an interaction or event, please complete and submit the Title IX report form.
What is Title IX?
Many are familiar with Title IX in regards to making school sports more equitable for girls and women. However, there is a lot more to it than that. Sexual harrassment can include acts of sexual violence such as rape, sexual battery and sexual coercion, and it is a form of gender-based discrimination prohibited by Title IX. This type of behavior creates a hostile environment for our students, faculty, and staff, and has no place on our campus. If you have experienced any of the following, please follow the reporting procedures:
- Bullying / cyberbullying
- Sexual assault
- Gender discrimination / inequity
- Relationship / dating violence
- Sexual harrassment
If you or a friend need immediate assistance, please call 911. If this is not an emergency but you or a friend wish to report an interaction or event, contact the Title IX coordinator, a deputy investigator, or fill out the report form listed above.