Students are encouraged to report instances of sexual assault, dating violence and stalking.

A responsible employee is any employee who has the authority to take action to redress discrimination, harassment, violence or misconduct and who has the duty to report discrimination, sexual harassment, misconduct and/or violence to the appropriate university official.

At Regis University, the following people are considered "responsible employees:"

  • Supervisors*
  • Faculty members
  • Affiliate Faculty members
  • Campus Safety staff
  • Resident Life Coordinators
  • Resident Assistants (R.A.s)
  • Athletic Coaches and staff (including graduate assistants)
  • Academic Advisors
  • Career Services staff
  • Admissions staff
  • Student Activities staff
  • Assistant Vice Presidents, Associate Vice Presidents and Vice Presidents
  • Assistant Deans, Associate Deans and Deans
  • Assistant Directors, Associate Directors and Directors
  • Human Resources staff

* Supervisors are defined as faculty or staff members who approve WebAdvisor time entries, have the ability to formally assess the performance of another employee, have the authority to recommend disciplinary action or termination of employment for another, can recommend salary changes for another or has oversight of a student or academic program and is viewed by employees and/or students as being in a position of authority.

Employees Not Required to Report

Unless there is a statutory duty to do so, employees who are not required to report include:
  • Campus mental health counselors and staff
  • Jesuits (when acting in their roles as priests)
  • University ministry staff (excluding peer ministers)