How to Report

Filing a Complaint

You have options if you decide to report and file a complaint. A criminal complaint may be filed if you choose. You also have the option to move forward with an internal university investigation. You have the option to move forward with both or you have the right to file separately. A criminal complaint may be filed before, during or after the university’s internal investigation. Also, an internal investigation may be initiated before, during or after a criminal complaint has been filed.

Criminal Complaint

Individuals have the right to file a criminal complaint that occurred on campus with NMU Public Safety and Police Services at 100 Services Building, 906-227-21521. Criminal complaints that occurred off campus may be filed with the local law enforcement agency where the sexual misconduct occurred.

Reports that a student has engaged in sexual misconduct 

Student complaints against another student should be made with Mary Brundage, Associate Dean of Students, Deputy Title IX Coordinator, 2001 Hedgcock, 906-227-1700, mbrundag@nmu.edu. The complaint will be handled in accordance with the complaint procedures outlined in Section 8 of the NMU Sexual Misconduct Policy and Procedures (www.nmu.edu/sexual-assault-policy).

Reports that an employee or third party has engaged in sexual misconduct

Student complaints against a univeristy employee or third party should be made with
Janet Koski, Equal Opportunity Officer, Title IX Coordinator, 105 Hedgcock, 906-227-2420, jakoski@nmu.edu.  The complaint will be handled in accordance with the complaint procedures outlined in Section 9 of the NMU Sexual Misconduct Policy and Procedures (www.nmu.edu/sexual-assault-policy).