August 20, 2018
Reports by individuals who want to remain anonymous (Student Misconduct)
An individual may anonymously report prohibited conduct to the university by calling the Title IX Coordinator or the Title IX Office. Personally identifiable information will not be required for report. Depending on the amount of information available about the incident and/or the individuals involved, the university’s ability to respond to an anonymous report may be limited.
The university will attempt to take appropriate steps to protect the safety of the university community based on the information reasonably available.
Anonymous reports to the university can also be made using the Trojans Care 4 Trojans (TC4T) electronic reporting form. TC4T is an anonymous reporting system that allows any individual to complete an online report regarding a student of concern. Once submitted, the report is automatically sent to Student Support and Advocacy for response and intervention. Should a report of prohibited conduct be filed, Student Support and Advocacy will route the information to the Title IX Office. Information regarding the TC4T report and how to access the online form is available at https://studentaffairs.usc.edu/trojans-care-for- trojans-tc4t/. The TC4T form is not intended to be used as a reporting mechanism for faculty and staff employees who are considered Responsible Employees and mandated to report all potential prohibited conduct to the Title IX Office.
You may contact the Title IX Coordinator by:
Mail or in person
USC Office of Equity and Diversity/Title IX
USC Credit Union Building
3720 South Flower St, 2nd Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0704