Policy on Sexual Assault
This policy has been revised and is now titled Sexual Misconduct Policy.
Northeastern Illinois University does not tolerate sexual assault, which is a specific type of sex discrimination prohibited by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. Northeastern cooperates fully with legal authorities in preventing and prosecuting sexual assault offenses, and imposes strict sanctions against those found responsible for sexual assault. The University offers educational programs and resources designed to promote the awareness and prevention of sexual assault at all Northeastern locations. Northeastern recognizes that victims and offenders can be any gender, including transgender, and expects members of the University community to help maintain a safe environment.
This policy furthers Northeastern’s commitment to providing locations that are safe and secure from sexual assault. The purpose of this policy is to advance Northeastern’s long-held position that sexual assault is a criminal act that violates the standards of our community and is unacceptable.
To access the full policy, click this link: Sexual Misconduct Policy (formerly Sexual Assault Policy)
To submit the complaint form, click this link: Complaint Form and Grievance Procedure
Students who believe that they have been subject to sexual misconduct, including sexual assault, or domestic violence or stalking or can seek resolution through the University’s Discrimination Grievance Procedure. Information and consultation on these procedures are available through the Affirmative Action Office, Room C-628, (773) 442-5412.
Additional resources are available here: Title IX Resources