Incident Reporting


Any person on or off campus can make a report to the individuals listed below by email, phone, mail or in person. Any person who is a victim of sexual misconduct that occurs on the main campus in Edinboro, Pennsylvania, or Porreco College of Edinboro University in Erie, Pennsylvania, is encouraged to report the incident to the University Police Department. Anyone who has made a report or who otherwise believes that s/he has been subjected to sex discrimination and sexual misconduct is invited to provide the Social Equity Director/Title IX Coordinator with any recommendations regarding ways to improve the effectiveness of the campus’ implementation of its policies and procedures on these matters.

Make a Report


To Report Sexual Misconduct or related offenses

Name Location Contact
Title IX Coordinator & Investigator

Reeder Hall, 3rd Floor
219 Meadville Street

Angela Vincent
Chief of Police

University Police Department
911 Scotland Road

Emergency 814-732-2911
Any Campus Police Officer

University Police Department
911 Scotland Road

Emergency 814-732-2911
Beth Zewe
University Ombudsperson

Reeder Hall, 3rd Floor
219 Meadville Street

Corinne Gibson
Director, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion




Confidentiality and Privacy of Report Information

In cases involving sexual misconduct, EU will make every effort to maintain confidentiality and privacy of the information it receives in a report; the claimant will be informed if EU cannot ensure confidentiality. Private information should be disclosed only to individuals responsible for handling EU’s response, and information should be securely maintained.  (Definitions of confidentiality and privacy are contained in the University’s Sex Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct Policy Handbook within the University Policy Manual, Appendix A, Glossary of Terms.)

Where a student claimant requests confidentiality, i.e., that his/her identity be withheld:

  1. The Social Equity Director/Title IX Coordinator is responsible for determining whether the University can honor a request to withhold the claimant’s identity while still providing a safe and nondiscriminatory environment for all students.
  2. Factors considered include the existence of other complaints about the accused or the location or group involved, use of a weapon, threats of further acts and no means of obtaining other evidence, such as though security cameras or physical evidence.
  3. The student must be informed that EU’s ability to respond may be limited but that retaliation is limited.
  4. If compliance with the student claimant’s request to withhold his/her identity is possible, EU must take all reasonable steps to respond consistent with confidentiality, such as increased security in specific locations, climate surveys, publicizing policies on sexual misconduct and providing support services as available.
  5. If EU must disclose the student claimant’s identity, the student should be informed in advance and interim measures taken to protect the student’s safety.

Resolution and Time Frames

Mediation, even on a voluntary basis, is not an option for resolving complaints of sexual violence.

EU seeks to resolve all reports of sex discrimination and sexual misconduct when sixty (60) days. All time frames expressed in this policy are meant to be guidelines rather than rigid requirements. Circumstances may arise that require the extension of time frames, including extension beyond sixty (60) days. Such circumstances may include the complexity of the allegations, the number of witnesses involved, the availability of the parties or witnesses, the effect of a concurrent criminal investigation, any intervening school break or vacation or other unforeseen circumstances.

In general, a complainant/accuser and respondent/accused can expect that the process will proceed according to the time frames provided in this policy handbook. In the event that the investigation and resolution exceed the time frame, EU will notify all parties of the reason for the delay and the expected adjustment in the time frames. Best efforts will be made to complete the process in a timely manner by balancing principles of thoroughness and fundamental fairness with promptness. 

Title IX Reporting Requirements and the Faculty Member

Policy No. G004: University Sex Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct Policy Handbook

Edinboro University and its faculty are committed to assuring a safe and productive educational environment for all students. In order to comply with the requirements of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and the University’s commitment to offering supportive measures in accordance with the new regulations issued under Title IX, the University requires faculty members to report incidents of sexual violence shared by students to the University's Title IX Coordinator. The only exceptions to the faculty member's reporting obligation are when incidents of sexual violence are communicated by a student during a classroom discussion, in a writing assignment for a class, or as part of a University-approved research project. Faculty members are obligated to report sexual violence or any other abuse of a student who was, or is, a child (a person under 18 years of age) when the abuse allegedly occurred to the person designated in the University protection of minors policy. Information regarding the reporting of sexual violence and the resources that are available to victims of sexual violence is set forth here.

Contact Us

Andrew Matt, JD 
Title IX Coordinator and Investigator
213 Reeder Hall
Phone: 814-732-1564