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Human Resources

During this time of remote operations, we will continue to review questions and complaints of possible discrimination. Individuals may email Renaire Frierson or Natalie Johnson as well as  Individuals may also call the numbers noted on the Title IX page—voicemail will be reviewed.  

Reporting Harassment

Supporting a safe environment.

This form is designed to provide Adelphi University students, staff, faculty, vendors or visitors with an easy method to report specific information related to an alleged incident(s) of discrimination, harassment (including sexual misconduct), or retaliation.

You are not required to complete the entire form in order for the allegation to be submitted. The University will use the information provided to begin an investigation, which may include contacting the complainant, respondent, and/or any potential witnesses. However, if the report does not contain specific information, the University’s investigation and response may be limited.

  • Reporting Party/Complainant*

  • If you wish to identify yourself, please provide the information listed below:

  • *If the person completing this form is the alleged victim (hereafter referred to as victim), you may choose to identify yourself or not. If you are a third party complainant who is not the victim, include the victim’s identifiable information only if the victim wishes.

    * Victims completing this form who provide personally identifiable information can expect the University to follow-up with an appropriate investigation. For information-only reports, victims should omit all personally identifiable information to ensure confidentiality.

  • Type and Basis of Complaint

  • Respondent/Accused Information

    Please identify the person against whom your complaint is made.

  • Complaint

    While providing details is essential to investigating your complaint, please be advised that some or all of the information you provide in this section may be shared with the person(s) you are accusing. You may supplement this description later if you wish to share additional details.

  • Resolution


For further information, please contact:

Office of Human Resources
p – 516.877.3220
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