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Reporting Prohibited Conduct

MUSC strongly encourages individuals who have experienced, have knowledge of, or have witnessed sexual or gender-based harassment or other forms of sexual misconduct committed by or against students, staff, or faculty to report the incident immediately to the university.

  1. Use the Online Prohibited Conduct Report Form
  2. Email
  3. Call 843-792-1072
  4. Visit the Basic Science Building, Room 104

Faculty are also encouraged to contact the Office of Gender Equity.

Duty to Report

All MUSC employees, with the exception of those designated as Confidential Resources who learn of suspected instances of discrimination, harassment or sexual misconduct, have a responsibility to report the information immediately to the Title IX Coordinator. If you are unsure of whether you are a Responsible Employee, please contact the Title IX Coordinator.

Filing a report serves as official notice to the University and authorizes the Title IX key personnel to initiate a preliminary inquiry into the information and allegations contained within the report.

Reporting to Law Enforcement

All members of the MUSC community have the right to make a report or to decline to make a report to law enforcement. Police have a unique legal authority to seek and execute search warrants, collect forensic evidence that may have been left at relevant locations, and make arrests when there is probable cause to believe that a crime had been committed. Law enforcement can be reached at any time by calling “911” for emergencies or one of the numbers listed below.