Title IX Intake Form

This form provides some basic information to the George Mason University Korea Title IX Deputy Coordinator regarding Title IX misconduct at George Mason University. Please supply requested information and click submit. Any information provided remains confidential.
  • Basic Information

  • Please provide your name.
  • Please select an option that best describes your relationship with George Mason University.
  • Basis of Complaint

  • Types of Grievances

  • The following options are available for addressing problems within Compliance, Diversity, and Ethics (CDE).

    Informal: Discuss allegations and concerns with respondent (the accused) and attempt to resolve the situation. The respondent is reminded that George Mason University expects all to adhere to our equal opportunity policy. Respondent is put on notice that behavior has been questioned, and informal resolution sought, if possible. If attempts to resolve the situation are not successful, the complainant may pursue a formal complaint. The CDE reserves the right to investigate any allegation brought forward if it finds sufficient information to indicate a serious or continuing violation of the equal opportunity policy.

    Formal: The Complainant provides a summary of the nature of the allegation in writing and then a full investigation is conducted by CDE complete with written findings and, if a violation is found, corrective actions are taken.
  • Complaint

  • Please provide some details regarding your complaint. This could include the name of an individual, their title, department or location of events that led to your complaint. This form is used to provide our office with some basic information about the nature of your complaint. You will be able to provide additional information to one of our providers during your intake interview.
  • Please provide the name(s) of the person(s) you are reporting.
  • If multiple respondents, list email addresses in order of names listed in Respondent(s) Names(s).
  • If multiple respondents, list phone numbers in order of names listed in Respondent(s) Names(s).
  • Describe the incident in detail. Include date and time of incident, the specific location, and the full names of all persons involved.