Any student or employee who is a victim of sexual assault or violence is encouraged to immediately seek medical assistance and to consider notifying law enforcement. For a comprehensive list of support services, please see Appendix A of Juilliard’s Sexual Misconduct Policy.
While the School finds a written report to be helpful in an investigation, you are not required to file this form in order to initiate a complaint or receive assistance. You can also reach out to Camille Pajor, Juilliard’s Title IX Coordinator, or a Deputy Title IX Coordinator directly via phone, email, or in-person. For a complete list of the Coordinators’ contact information, please see Section III of Juilliard’s Sexual Misconduct Policy.
Once you click send, your submission will be transmitted directly and confidentially to Juilliard’s Title IX Coordinator. Upon receipt of this form, the Title IX Coordinator will reach out to you as soon as possible to discuss all of your rights and options under the Policy and under Federal and State law.
Any member of the Juilliard community has the right to make an anonymous report. It is important to note that depending on the level of information available about the incident or the individuals involved, anonymous reporting may reduce the School’s ability to respond or pursue appropriate action. The School’s response may be limited if information contained in the report cannot be verified by independent facts. Moreover, the School will generally not be able to take disciplinary action disciplinary action against an individual based solely on an anonymous report.
If you feel strongly about anonymity, the Coordinator can put the person “on notice” and attempt to stop the behavior through an educational process permitted by the law and Juilliard’s Sexual Misconduct Policy.
Whatever your decision, the Coordinator or any other Juilliard officials designated in the Policy are available to assist you and provide guidance and support.