sexual misconduct

  1. April 2, 2018

    Sexual Assault Awareness Month events at U-M

    During the month of April, several events are open to the university community and offer the opportunity to engage in a dialogue surrounding sexual misconduct.

  2. April 2, 2018

    New working group to look at sexual misconduct prevention, response training

    U-M is launching a new working group focused on enhancing faculty and staff education and training related to sexual misconduct policy, reporting and its impact on the community.

  3. February 15, 2018

    U-M will review sexual misconduct policies and procedures

    The university will engage an outside expert to review U-M’s policies and practices to be sure it is doing all it can to prevent and respond to reports of sexual misconduct.

  4. February 1, 2018

    U-M revises student sexual and gender-based misconduct policy

    U-M is making a handful of updates to its policy and procedures regarding student sexual and gender-based misconduct, including numerous edits to make the policy easier to read and understand.

  5. January 24, 2018

    OIE releases annual report on prohibited student conduct

    Reports and investigations of prohibited student conduct at U-M increased in fiscal year 2017, following the addition of new types of allegations covered under the university’s policy, and increased awareness efforts.

  6. April 26, 2017

    Additional sexual assault resources, reporting options available

    In recognition of April as national Sexual Assault Awareness Month, there are a number of support resources and reporting options available to the U-M community.

  7. April 26, 2017

    U-M sexual assault prevention efforts highlighted in national report

    A report by the Association of American Universities on combating campus sexual assault and sexual misconduct shows universities are making significant improvements, and highlights several efforts implemented at U-M.

  8. December 6, 2016

    U-M campuses receive nearly $100K for sexual assault prevention

    For the second consecutive year, all three U-M campuses will share nearly $100,000 in state grant funding as part of Michigan first lady Susan Snyder’s initiative to combat sexual assault.

  9. October 25, 2016

    Student sexual misconduct reports decrease in FY ’16

    Reports and investigations of student sexual misconduct decreased in fiscal year 2016, according to U-M’s Student Sexual Misconduct Annual Report.  

  10. September 12, 2016

    New tool for employees on reporting sexual and gender-based misconduct

    University employees have a new online tool to learn whether they are required to report information to the university about possible student sexual and gender-based misconduct.