Materials and Guides

Flowcharts

The Sexual Misconduct Policy applies to conduct occurring on or after August 14, 2020, please use the flowcharts below to review the Equal Opportunity Office’s response to reports against staff, faculty members, affiliates, or non-affiliates:

Title IX Flowchart

Non-Title IX Flowchart

The Office of Judicial Affairs investigates complaints of sexual misconduct against Boston University students.

Forms

If you would like to designate an advisor, please complete the Advisor Designation Form.

Resource Guides

Brochure – Resources and Options at Boston University

This booklet provides a more comprehensive review of resources and options at BU and our surrounding community. The Equal Opportunity Office will provide a copy of this booklet to Complainants, and it is available in print upon request.

Guide – Sexual Misconduct Resource Guide

This guide provides a comprehensive review of resources and options at BU and our surrounding community. It also provides additional information on supportive measures.

Infographic – Supportive Measures

This infographic is a visual representation of available supportive measures at BU. This infographic will be available in print at the Equal Opportunity Office and around BU.

Guide – The Reporting Process

This one-page guide provides a high-level overview of the reporting process.

Poster – Reporting Options

This poster provides a helpful summary of our community member’s reporting options at BU. This poster will be displayed at the Equal Opportunity Office and around BU.

Guide – Confidential Resources Brochure

This guide provides an overview of available resources, both on and off-campus, that do not have an obligation to file a report with the Title IX Team, unlike mandated reporters at BU.

Guide – Confidential Resources Guide

This one-page list compiles the information from the larger Confidential Resources Brochure above into a smaller, easier to digest single page.

Infographic – How to Report

This two-sided infographic outlines who must report a disclosure of sexual misconduct or gender-based harassment to the EOO. It also provides some helpful information regarding what types of behavior meet the need for reporting.

Brochure – Role of An Advisor Brochure

This multi-page brochure explains the role of an Advisor during the EOO process, including the answers to several frequently asked questions.

Guide – The Role of an Advisor

This one-page list compiles the information from the larger Advisor Brochure above into a smaller, easier to digest single page.