How and Where to File a Report or Complaint

For incidents of sexual violence, assault, or harassment

You may always file a report with the Title IX Coordinator:

Kiersten L. Boyce, J.D., CCEP
Chief Compliance Officer
108 James Blair Hall
College of William & Mary
Williamsburg, VA 23185
757-221-3146
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Students and other individuals may also choose from one or more of these options.

Online reporting (includes mandatory reports made by faculty & staff)

Online reporting is available using the Title IX Report Form.

  • Faculty and staff who are making a required report -- reporting information about an incident affecting someone else -- do not have the option to submit this form anonymously.  
  • Students, parents, or others with concerns about students may submit a report either anonymously or with their identifying information included.

Reports also may be emailed to [[reportconcern]].

In-person reporting 

Reports relating to students:
Dean of Students
Campus Center, Room 109
757-221-2510

Any type of Title IX report:  
Title IX Office (Compliance & Equity)
James Blair Hall Suite 110
757-221-3146

Paper reporting - providing a written report by mail or email 

Reports relating to students:
Dean of Students
Campus Center, Room 109
College of William & Mary 
P.O. Box 8795
Williamsburg, Virginia 23187
757-221-2510

Any type of Title IX report:  
Title IX Office (Compliance & Equity)
James Blair Hall Suite 110
College of William & Mary 
P.O. Box 8795
Williamsburg, Virginia 23187

Anonymous reporting options
  • Anonymous reports, as well as partial disclosure reports, of incidents involving students may be made online through the Dean of Students "Report a Concern" portal.
  • Anonymous reports may be filed physically using the secure dropbox located outside of the Title IX Office on the first floor of James Blair Hall.  
  • William & Mary Police may accept anonymous reports of sexual assault, which will be included in the university's crime statistics if appropriate under the Clery Act.  (757) 221-4596.  Please note that if you provide the Police with specific information, such as names, they will be obligated to share that information with the Title IX Coordinator.  
Reporting for criminal prosecution -- reporting to the police

Sexual assault and some other forms of sexual misconduct are crimes, and may be reported to law enforcement for investigation.  

William & Mary staff members can help students file a criminal complaint, if desired.  

Students and staff may report to the police and also report internally.  You do not need to choose one or the other.  

Other options

W&M has a number of confidential resources -- people and offices with whom you can speak without any other report being made.  

More information about other campus and off-campus resources and support is available online.  

This page last updated July 2016.