Princeton University does not tolerate sexual misconduct, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, stalking, and dating violence. Such conduct is harmful to the well-being of our community members, our learning and working environments, and the collegial relationships among students, faculty, and staff that characterize the culture of Princeton. All forms of prohibited conduct under the Title IX Sexual Harassment policy
and the University Sexual Misconduct policy
are regarded as serious University offences, and violations may result in discipline, including the possibility of separation from the University. State and federal laws also address conduct that may meet the University's definitions of prohibited conduct, and criminal prosecution may take place independently of any disciplinary action instituted by the University.
If you wish to make a report of a violation of the Title IX Sexual Harassment policy or the University Sexual Misconduct policy, please provide the following information. This form will be sent directly to the University Sexual Misconduct/Title IX Coordinator
and may result in the University taking additional action.