This guide is provided to help AUB mandatory reporters understand their responsibilities, what to report, and how to report. At the most basic level, mandatory reporters
report. AUB is guided by the goals of empowering survivors of harassment and discrimination and allowing them to retain as much control over the process as possible.
Why is this guide important? AUB is committed to providing a safe and non-discriminatory learning and working environment, in which students, faculty, staff, and visitors feel confident in reporting suspected misconduct. AUB is also committed, and may be required by law, to take action if it learns of alleged sex-based discrimination including discriminatory harassment, even if an individual does not wish to file a formal complaint. Mandatory reporters help ensure the University is aware of incidents and patterns.
AUB has designated the following individuals as mandatory reporters of suspected or actual sex-based discrimination (including sexual harassment and sexual violence) that occurs on-campus of off-campus at AUB/AUBMC activities:
Confidential resources are not obligated to report. See below for more information about who is considered a confidential resource.
If you are the victim of an incident, you are not obligated to report it.
Mandatory reporters are responsible for promptly reporting any alleged act of sex-based discrimination—including sexual harassment or sexual violence— that occurs at AUB/AUBMC or off-campus at AUB/AUBMC activities. Sex-based discrimination is prohibited by AUB policy and by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.
The reporter does not have to witness the incident. They should also report when they are informed or learn of an alleged incident.
Reportable incidents include:
Definitions: For more information about what constitutes harassment, discrimination, or violence, please go to the
Title IX main page.
REPORT AND GET HELP:
Title IX Coordinator Trudi Hodges
Office of the PresidentCollege Hall, 5th Fl.01-350000
Find a Title IX Deputywww.aub.edu.lb/titleix-people
(Office of Protection) Captain Saadallah Shalak, Main Gate BuildingDirect line: 01-353080Or: 01-350000 ext. 2400 Mobile: 03-334307 email@example.com http://www.aub.edu.lb/PROTECTION
Local Law Enforcement (Lebanon) Internal Security Forces (Police) 112 Fire 175 | Red Cross 140The Office of Protection will assist if you need to contact local law enforcement.
On-Campus EmergencySecurity: 2400 (from any campus phone)Medical: 7777 (from any campus phone)Fire: 5555 (from any campus phone)
EthicsPoint: www.aub.ethicspoint.com File a online, confidential and anonymous report of discrimination or harassment.
Reports can also be submitted anonymously to AUB’s Internal Auditor atwww.safereport.aub.edu.lb.
COUNSELING AND HEALTH:
Counseling Center (Students) Dr. Antoine Khabbaz, Director Office of Student Affairs, West Hall, Room 210 C01-350000 ext. 3178 or 3196 firstname.lastname@example.org www.aub.edu.lb/sao/counseling
University Health Services (UHS) (Students, faculty, and staff) AUB Medical Center Main Number: 01-350000 ext. 6360 Psychiatry Department: 01-350000 ext. 5650 Emergency Department: 01-350000 ext. email@example.com/~webfamed/contact.html
Accessible Education Officer (Students) Melissa NortonOffice of Student Affairs, West Hall, Room 31401-350000 ext. 3246 firstname.lastname@example.org
Office for Civil Rights U.S. Department of Education32 Old Slip, 26th FloorNew York, NY 10005-2500Telephone: +1 646-428-3900Hotline: 1-800-421-3481 Email: OCR.NewYork@ed.gov