Campus Choice

 

 Through Campus Choice you will access Confidential Advisors who are able to explain all of your options as well as guide and accompany you through any process in which you choose to take part.

Campus Choice provides three ways of reporting.

Anonymous Report
Anyone can submit an anonymous report at the Southern Oregon University Anonymous Harassment, Violence, and Interpersonal Misconduct Reporting Form. You can also meet with a Confidential Advisor without giving identifying information.

Anonymous reports give you the opportunity to provide any information you would like about an assault and allow you to decide if you would like to be contacted or not in the event another report is made about the same person. At any time you can decide to make a formal report.

Confidential Report
You can make a confidential report at Southern Oregon University Anonymous Harassment, Violence, and Interpersonal Misconduct Reporting Form . You can also meet with a Confidential Advisor and make a report without initiating a formal report. At any time you can decide to make a formal report.

Formal Report
You can request to make a formal report at Southern Oregon University Anonymous Harassment, Violence, and Interpersonal Misconduct Reporting Form . You may also make a formal report to a Confidential Advisor  or a Title IX official (University Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Title IX Coordinators). 

Southern Oregon University must investigate any Formal Report. Nearly all campus employees are considered Responsible Parties who are required to make a formal report to a Title IX Official.

Campus Choice helps you choose which option is best for you allowing those reporting sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking the opportunity to access information and support without making a formal report. Confidential Advisors are exempt from mandatory Title IX reporting. Employees in the Student Health and Wellness Center are also Title IX exempt. The coordinators of the Women’s Resource Center, Multicultural Resource Center, and Queer Resource centers are also confidential resources.