All MIT community members are encouraged to report any concern about a possible violation of an MIT Conduct Policy. To learn more about your full range of reporting options, please click here for allegations against students and here for allegations against faculty or staff.
Discrimination or discriminatory harassment can be reported, i.e. brought to the attention of the Institute, by submitting an online report directly to IDHR using the reporting forms on this page. If you make a report, IDHR staff can provide MIT community members with information about available support services and resources and about their rights and options, including to file a Section 9.8 Complaint or seek informal resolution. Making a report of a violation of an MIT Conduct Policy is not the same as filing a Section 9.8 Complaint or initiating a student disciplinary matter, and can be done anonymously.
Please note that if you are unsure of the role or affiliation of the person(s), you can use either reporting form.
|Reporting Form: Student Misconduct||Reporting Form: Faculty & Staff Misconduct|
COVID-19 Amnesty Policy:
MIT recognizes that there may be circumstances in which the potential for disciplinary action for violations of Covid-19 Student Life policies could act as a barrier to students who want to seek critical assistance for themselves or others and/or report an incident involving a serious violation of Institute policy. Learn more about our amnesty policies for Graduate Students and Undergraduate Students.
Prohibited discrimination and discriminatory harassment that you can report through these forms include:
- Discrimination on the basis of a protected class (i.e. race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, or national or ethnic origin)
- Racist Conduct
- Harassment on the basis of a protected class
- Sexual Harassment
- Sexual Misconduct
- Intimate Partner Violence
- Violence on the basis of a protected class