Reporting Options

 

FILE A REPORT

Students have many options when making reports of incident that occur on campus.  Whether reporting incidents of Sexual Misconduct, Student Conduct Violations, or criminal activity, the resources below are available to make anonymous or known reports.  Please note that the reporting options below are not confidential in nature.

Title IX Office

Students have many options when making reports of incident that occur on campus.  Whether reporting incidents of Sexual Misconduct, Student Conduct Violations, or criminal activity, the resources below are available to make anonymous or known reports.  Please note that the reporting options below are not confidential in nature.

Title IX Coordinator Contact Information:

Andrew Matt
Associate Director of Equity and Title IX
213 Reeder Hall
Email: amatt@edinboro.edu
Phone: 814-732-1564

Student Conduct Office

Reports of violations of the Student Code of Conduct can be made via through Guardian.  Links to Guardian can be found above and on your myEdinboro page under the Guardian icon.
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Additionally, reports can be made directly to the Student Conduct Office via phone, email, or in-person via the contact information below.

Edinboro University Student Conduct Office

Pogue Student Center
405 Scotland Road
Edinboro, PA 16444
Email: judicial@edinboro.edu
Phone: 814-732-2920

Edinboro University Police

Make anonymous or identified report to the Edinboro University Police using the anonymous tip form.

Additionally, reports can be made directly to the Edinboro University Police using the contact information below:

Edinboro University Police Department
911 Scotland Road
Email: police@edinboro.edu
Phone: 814-732-2921

Confidential Resources

If you are looking for a confidential resource available on campus to discuss any issue with, please contact Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) to schedule a counseling session to discuss your situation.

Faculty and Staff Information

Faculty and Staff members are considered Mandatory Reports and must report any instances of Sexual Misconduct or Child Abuse of which they are aware to the Title IX Office.  Reports can be made directly to the Title IX Coordinator using the contact information below, or though the Guardian reporting tool linked below.

FILE A REPORT

Title IX Coordinator Contact Information:

Andrew Matt
Associate Director of Equity and Title IX
213 Reeder Hall
Email: amatt@edinboro.edu
Phone: 814-732-1564

If you are concerned about a student, due to behavioral issues, consider making a Campus Assessment Response and Evaluation (C.A.R.E.) report.  The C.A.R.E. team reviews the information provided and make recommendations on further action, such as referrals and reports to other departments on campus.

Please note that these reporting resources are not emergency purposes.  If there is an immediate concern or threat to self or others, call the University Police at 814-732-2911 or 911 on your cell phone.