If you would like to speak with a confidential advocate prior to making this report, call the Resource and Advocacy Center at 907-474-6360 or go to 130 Wood Center. A confidential advocate can provide confidential support, information on complainant's rights, information about the process of reporting to Title IX and/or law enforcement, legal information, and statewide resource referral. The Resource and Advocacy Center located on the UAF campus is operated by the Interior Alaska Center for Non-violent Living and can assist with connecting individuals with statewide resources.
See a list of additional confidential resources.
UAF Title IX is open 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Mon.-Fri., and is not an emergency response office.
To submit a report of gender-based or sexual misconduct, contact your Title IX coordinator or fill out the Title IX violation form. You can make a report to the Title IX coordinator at any time, even months later. See UA Board of Regents policy on reporting (PDF) for more information. Though anonymous reports are permitted, they may limit the university's ability to investigate and respond to a report.
See additional information on rights, resources and responsibilities for reporting parties.
Employee Reporting Responsibilities: At the University of Alaska, staff, faculty and Residence Life student employees are responsible for reporting Title IX incidents within 24 hours. There is an exception at UAF for employees working within Student Health and Counseling. General student employees are not designated responsible employees. See more detail at the UA responsible employee page.
- This form and all the information provided will be kept private.
- Discrimination reports can be filed simultaneously with external agencies.
- Individuals who believe they have suffered discrimination may use UAF's internal resolution process and/or file a complaint with organizations external to UAF. The Title IX staff do not collect IP addresses or attempt to notify reporters.
When the university receives a report of gender-based or sexual misconduct, the Title IX coordinator is notified. When the complainant chooses, or the university believes it is necessary, the Title IX coordinator will initiate a prompt, fair and impartial investigation.