To make an official report of sexual misconduct and/or interpersonal violence at the University of Central Florida, you may contact any of the following offices. The university has established a set of provisions to provide a fair process for complainants and respondents, while ensuring complainant protections under Title IX and the Campus SaVE Act. These provisions can be found in Section 5.006(10) of the Golden Rule Student Handbook.
UCF Police | http://police.ucf.edu | 407-823-5555
Report the incident to the UCF Police Department by calling their phone number. This option is
available even if the respondent is not a student. If the situation is an emergency, please call 911.
Title IX Coordinator, Matt Ricke | letsbeclear.ucf.edu | Matt.Ricke@ucf.edu | 407- 823-1336
The Office of Institutional Equity (OIE) office investigates sexual misconduct and/or interpersonal violence and other sex-based discrimination claims against non-student respondents, which are severe enough to interfere with access to educational programs in accordance with federal and state laws, including Title IX. OIE assists when changes are needed within classes or campus housing, or in other situations to protect the complainant from further harm. Community members who wish to report a concern may seek assistance from the Title IX Coordinator.
Student Conduct | osc.sdes.ucf.edu | 407-823-4638
If the respondent is a student, you are strongly encouraged to file an incident report with the Office of Student Conduct via the online incident reporting form available on the office’s website. Should you have any questions about the process prior to reporting the incident, Office of Student Conduct staff can explain the entire process, provide options, and share in more detail the rights afforded to complainants and respondents throughout the process.
The Rules of Conduct: Sexual Misconduct and/or Interpersonal Violence can be found in Section 5.006(10) of the Golden Rule Student Handbook. The Student Conduct Review Process and Sanctions can be found in Section 5.009 and the Student Conduct Appeals process can be found in Section 5.010 of the Golden Rule Student Handbook.