Reporting Requirements for Faculty, Staff, Graduate Students, and Employees

Faculty, staff, graduate students, and employees should offer information about Privileged Confidential Support Services at the time of receiving a report of a sexual violence incident.

This page details the obligation of faculty, staff, graduate students, and employees to report incidents of sexual violence when they receive notice of such incidents.

If you are interested in filing a complaint on your own behalf, the same reporting options are available to you.

What Should Be Reported?

All instances of sexual violence must be reported. At UNH, sexual violence includes sexual harassment, sexual assault, unwanted sexual contact, sexual misconduct, domestic violence, relationship abuse, dating violence, and stalking (including cyber-stalking). See definitions in UNH Student Rights, Rules, and Responsibilities, Discrimination and Discriminatory Harassment Policy, and New Hampshire State Law.

Who Must Report?

UNH Mandatory Reporters are required to report.

Mandatory Reporters include: all UNH faculty and staff members, coaches, teaching assistants (TAs), research assistants, hall directors, resident assistants (RAs), community assistants (CAs), and student workers who have University jobs having leadership, and/or supervisor responsibilities, and/or who mentor other students (e.g., Center for Academic Resources (C-FAR) academic mentors and tutors, Student Senate leaders, UNH Police safety escorts, youth camp counselors, and recreation department team captains).

The ONLY exceptions to this rule are the student who experiences sexual violence, and privileged confidential support service providers at SHARPP, Health & Wellness, Psychological and Counseling Services, other sexual assault support agencies, ordained counselors (i.e. UNH Chaplains Association), and the Employee Assistance Program.

How Should I Report?

  • If someone is in danger, call 911 immediately.
  • During business hours 8:00am-5:00pm M-F: call UNH Title IX Coordinator, Donna Marie Sorrentino at (603) 862-2930 / TTY Users 7-1-1
  • If the UNH Title IX Coordinator (or designee) is not immediately available to speak to, OR it is outside the business hour 8:00am-5:00pm M-F, go to

Unless you report directly in accord with the above, you will not have fulfilled your legal obligations. No other anonymous reporting resources such as ReportIt! or LiveSafe app or individual or offices, including your supervisor, may be substituted. You cannot keep incidents of sexual violence confidential even if the person(s) requests that you do so or tells you they will be contacting appropriate authorities and/or privileged confidential support service providers.

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How Can I get Further Information?

To learn more about UNH policies and procedures for reporting sexual violence complaints against UNH Students, see the UNH Student Rights, Rules, and Responsibilities. For more information on reporting sexual violence complaints against UNH Faculty/Staff/Employees The UNH Discrimination and Discriminatory Harassment Policy. For more information about sexual violence reporting, and what happens after a report is made contact UNH Title IX Coordinator Donna Marie Sorrentino or at 603-862-2930/ TTY Users 7-1-1