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Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities

Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities
Title IX Reporting

The Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities (OSRR) handles reports for sexual violence/harmful behavior perpetrated by a student on a student. The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities promotes a campus climate of integrity, civility, accountability, and student well-being by providing a wide array of resources, education, and support services for the university community.

Students who wish to report a concern may seek assistance from the Deputy Title IX Coordinator. This staff member will explain your options and resources and attend to your immediate needs for safety and interim measures (e.g., no contact orders, housing and academic accommodations, counseling).

Office of Student Conduct

The Office of Student Conduct (OSC) handles complaints against UCF students and student groups (but not faculty or staff). The complaint must indicate a possible violation of one or more of the Rules of Conduct or Conduct Regulations of Student Organizations located in the Golden Rule Student Handbook

Student Care Services

If the matter is urgent and it is after regular business hours, you may consult with the UCF Counseling Center Crisis Hot-line. If there is an imminent risk of harm or danger, please dial 911.

The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities (OSRR) will take reasonable steps to maintain the privacy of those who complete a Student of Concern Report, if requested. If the circumstances don't allow privacy to be maintained, this will be discussed with the person making the referral prior to disclosure to the student if possible. On occasion, due to the nature of the reported concern, the reporter may be evident to the student of concern.