How do I find out who is a Designated Reporter?

Both employees and students can follow these simple instructions to identify deisgnated reporters:

  1. Compare your/the employee’s job title in Find People to the list of job titles for designated reporters below.
     
  2. Look for stickers on doors. (If you are a Designated Reporter you will receive a sticker to post prominently in your work area).
    picture of a designated reporter sticker
  3. Ask the employee if they are a designated reporter prior to disclosing anything.
     
  4. Call the Title IX office for confirmation (541-346-8136), call Human Resources (541-346-3159), or talk to your supervisor (for employees).

Every UO employee belongs to one of three required reporting categories:

Here’s how you can identify the category of different individuals on campus:

The university created this policy as an integral part of an effective response to prohibited conduct. It does this by demonstrating a commitment to maintaining an environment free of harassment and discrimination based on sex, sexual orientation, gender, perceived gender, or gender identity that would violate Title IX.

Key components of the policy include:

  • Definitions of key terms.
  • Establishing three categories for types of employees and their reporting obligations:
    designated reporters, student-directed, confidential reporters.
  • Describe obligations for faculty, staff, and university administration.

This policy is intended to encourage reporting by students who have experienced prohibited conduct because it clearly identifies responsible employees for reporting purposes, respects the wishes of students when they talk to other employees, and makes all employees at the institution part of the solution to prohibited conduct.

Resources to review policy:

  • Policy List
    This is the primary source to understand the policy and access important information about policy implementation.
     
  • Policy Library
    This has the full text of the approved policy as well as previous and other related policies. You can find policies by title in the search function.
    Policy title: Student Sexual and Gender-Based Harassment and Violence Complaint and Response Policy

List of Designated Reporter Titles

Academic Titles

  • Senior vice president and provost
  • Vice Provosts, including executive, senior, associate and assistant vice provosts
  • Deans, including associate, assistant, and divisional deans
  • Dean of Students, including dean of student positions within schools or colleges
  • Student Conduct Code officers
  • Director, senior associate director, or similar of:
    • Campus Operations
    • Housing
    • Residential Life & Educational Initiatives
    • Fraternity and Sorority Life
    • Student Conduct
    • Study Abroad
  • Department Heads and Heads of Schools within Colleges
  • Resident Assistants and Orientation Leaders

Administrative Titles

  • All members of the Board of Trustees (including student, faculty, and staff members) and the Board Secretary
  • President
  • Vice Presidents, including assistant and associate vice presidents
  • Chief Human Resource Officer
  • All attorneys in the Office of General Counsel
  • Title IX coordinator, deputy coordinator, and appeals officers
  • OCIRC Investigators
  • Senior Director of Employee and Labor Relations
  • University of Oregon Police Officers

Athletic Titles

  • Athletic Director (aka Director of Intercollegiate Athletics)
  • Deputy, associate or assistant athletic directors, including “senior” levels
  • All NCAA intercollegiate coaches
    • EXCEPTION: A coach below the level of head coach is a Student-directed Employee instead of a Designed Reporter when a student-athlete on that coach’s team discloses having experienced prohibited discrimination to that coach