This form should be used to report information to Rice University’s Title IX Office related to an alleged violation of sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking, or any other concern related to Policy 829 or Policy 830.
To make a report, please click the button below. You will be taken to an external website, hosted by Maxient
It is okay if you do not have all the information, please provide as much information as you have.
Students are not required under Texas law to make a report. However, should a student like to speak to someone to make a report, they can contact a Resource Navigator at email@example.com., or make a report through this system.
The report is delivered to the Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Title IX Coordinators for review. The Title IX Coordinator will assess the report and follow up as appropriate.
No, You may fulfill your obligation to report by reporting all available information using the Rice University Ethics Line, which is managed by the third party vendor Ethics Point. Reports may be submitted anonymously and confidentially, in English, Spanish, and many other languages. Reports will be directed to the appropriate University official for investigation. Reports will not be directed to any individual who is named within the report.
After you complete your report you will be assigned a unique code called a "report key." It is very important that you write down your report key and password and keep them in a safe place. This key will allow you to log in at any time, from any place, and follow up on your report. It will also allow you to anonymously access and answer follow up questions from Rice (if you are comfortable doing so).
This key is also your record that you fulfilled your obligation under the law.
To report anonymously, you may either call 1-866-294-4633 (toll free), or go online at at www.rice.edu/ethics (will redirect to the secure Ethics Point site)
This form does not automatically initiate an investigation or adjudication. The purpose of this form is to provide you with an opportunity to provide the Title IX Office with information related to sexual harassment, sexual violence, dating violence and/or stalking, so that they may follow up as appropriate.
Yes, if you would like to speak to someone instead of filling out the online form, you can contact:
You may also find more information about the policy, support, and resources at the web site: safe.rice.edu
If you are experiencing an emergency, or if there is imminent risk to your well-being or that of another person, contact Rice University Police Department at 713-348-6000 (on campus) or dial 911 (from on or off campus).