If you would like to report a sexual assault or an instance of dating abuse or stalking, you have options.

If you would like to make a report on campus

Know who is confidential. Only the Violence Prevention Program Coordinator and Confidential Victim's Advocate, campus mental health counselors and staff, Jesuits (in their role as a Priest), and University ministry staff (excluding Pier Ministers) will be able to maintain confidentiality. If you do not immediately want to make a report, limit your contact to these confidential resources.

If you would like to make a report or pursue an investigation, but would like guidance first, you can speak to a trusted staff or faculty member. Title IX Advisers are also available. They are:

Brad Logar
Director, Wellness and Recreation

Brian Hemstreet
Assistant Dean for Student Affairs & Associate Professor, School of Pharmacy

Jana Goodwin
Associate Professor, Communication

Whitney Franker  
Sports Information Director,  Athletics

While staff and faculty members will be able to maintain your privacy, not-confidential resources are mandatory reporters and are required to share some information you share with the Title IX Coordinator.

If you know you would like to make a report and pursue an investigation, you can directly contact the following parties on campus to begin the process.

    Jeannette Grey Gilbert
    Title IX Coordinator
    West Hall, Rm. 107D
    3333 Regis Blvd, K-4
    Denver, CO 80221-1099
    (303) 458-4231 

    Stacey Green 
    Deputy Title IX Coordinator
    (located in Student Life)
    Student Center, Rm. 223
    3333 Regis Blvd, J-8
    Denver, CO 80221-1099
    (303) 458-4086

    Kelly McLaughlin 
    Deputy Title IX Coordinator
    (located in Athletics)
    Field House, Rm. 210B
    3333 Regis Blvd, F-20
    Denver, CO 80221-1099
    (303) 458-4071

    Campus Safety
    Main Hall, Rm. 129 
    3333 Regis Blvd, J-20 
    Denver, CO 80221-1099
    (303) 458-4122

Learn more about confidential resources and mandatory reporters on campus. 

If you would like to file a report with the police

Campus Safety at Regis has 12 full-time safety officers who work in teams of two on all shifts and provide coverage 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including holidays. Campus Safety will advise any person who reports a sexual assault about resources and provide assistance in the reporting process, including contacting the local police. They are located in Modular 186, at the northeast corner of campus at the end of parking lot 5.

You can also contact your local police department, and they will assist you with the reporting process.

Please note that filing a report with the Police does not mean your information will be shared with Regis. However, if Campus Safety or another Regis faculty or staff member assists you in filing a police report, they will need to report what they know to the University if the offense involves the campus in any way (e.g. involves a Regis student, happens on campus, or happens at a Regis-sponsored event.)