More information on Title IX, discrimination, and
For Emergency Help:
Campus Security (Office of Protection) (open
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Direct line: 01-353080
Or: 01-350000 ext. 2400
Dial from any campus phone:
Local Law Enforcement (Lebanon)
Internal Security Forces (Police) 112
Fire 175 | Red Cross 140
Do you feel unsafe on or near campus? Have you been hurt? Call AUB campus security (24/7) or call the captain directly!
Campus Security (Office of Protection) (24/7) On campus: 2400 Captain Saadallah Shalak, Main Gate BuildingDirect line: 01-353080Or: 01-350000 ext. 2400 Mobile: 03-334307 email@example.com http://www.aub.edu.lb/PROTECTION
On-Campus EmergencySecurity: 2400 (from any campus phone)Medical: 7777 (from any campus phone)Fire: 5555 (from any campus phone)
Local Law Enforcement (Lebanon) Internal Security Forces (Police) 112 Fire 175 | Red Cross 140The Office of Protection will assist if you need to contact local law enforcement.
Do you need medical attention because of sexual assault or violence? Go to AUBMC for emergency medical services or psychiatric care.
University Health Services (UHS) (Students, faculty, and staff)
AUB Medical Center Main Number: 01-350000 ext. 6360 OR dial 1242 from a landline or cellphone in LebanonPsychiatry Department: 01-350000 ext. 5650 Emergency Department: 01-350000 ext. firstname.lastname@example.org http://staff.aub.edu.lb/~webfamed/contact.html
Have you experienced discrimination or sexual harassment – or think you might have? Did you see something on or off campus? Report the incident informally or formally, anonymously or confidentially, so you can get help and the University can take action.
Title IX Coordinator Trudi Hodges, Office of the President College Hall, 5th Fl. Office: 01-350000 ext. 2514 Cell: 03-595525 (cell)email@example.com | firstname.lastname@example.org www.aub.edu.lb/titleix
Online ReportingEthicsPoint: www.aub.ethicspoint.com. File a confidential and anonymous report online.
Reports can also be submitted anonymously to AUB’s Internal Auditor.
Do you need to talk to someone about your experience, ask questions, or work through the impact of discrimination or sexual assault? AUB’s Title IX Office can provide information and referrals to support resources. The Counseling Center offers free and confidential services for students.
Title IX Coordinator Trudi Hodges, Office of the President College Hall, 5th Fl. 01-350000 ext. 2514 | 03-595525 (cell)email@example.com | firstname.lastname@example.org www.aub.edu.lb/titleix
Counseling Center (Students) Dr. Antoine Khabbaz, Director Office of Student Affairs, West Hall, Room 210 C01-350000 ext. 3178 or 3196 email@example.com www.aub.edu.lb/sao/counseling
Counseling services for AUB students are confidential and free. Prior written consent of the student is required for release of information from the counseling records unless there is perceived risk of harm to self or others, evidence of involvement in physical abuse of a minor or elder, or there is an official court subpoena.
University Health Services (UHS) (Students, faculty, and staff) AUB Medical Center Main Number: 01-350000 ext. 6360 Psychiatry Department: 01-350000 ext. 5650 Emergency Department: 01-350000 ext. firstname.lastname@example.org http://staff.aub.edu.lb/~webfamed/contact.html
Accessible Education Officer (Students) Melissa NortonOffice of Student Affairs, West Hall, Room 31401-350000 ext. 3246 email@example.com
Disclosures related to disability or special learning needs can be confidential. The Accessible Education Officer is required to report disclosures of prohibited discrimination including sexual harassment to the Title IX Coordinator.
When should I ask for help?
Will my conversations and reporting be confidential? What about my privacy?
Communications are kept as private as possible and your wishes are given full priority. However, some information concerning incidents of sexual misconduct may need to be shared with relevant administrators in order to adequately address the behavior and conduct an investigation if warranted. Incident reports must also be shared with the relevant authorities if there is an issue of community safety.
Confidential and free support services are available for students in the Counseling Center of the Office of Student Affairs (Ext. 3196). Please consult their Confidentiality Policy for legal obligations in specific circumstances that may prevent strict confidentiality.
Can I report anonymously?Yes! You can submit an anonymous report through EthicsPoint. This system will ensure the person named in the complaint does not receive access to your report. Please note that anonymous reports may restrict administrative ability to fully address the reported conduct, but it is better to report anonymously than to keep it to yourself.
I’m afraid of retaliation if I report. How can AUB help?AUB policy prohibits retaliation against anyone filing a complaint of discrimination or discriminatory harassment, or against others involved in the investigation of the complaint.
Other Reporting OptionsYou also have the right to raise concerns or submit a complaint to the US Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights, which oversees compliance with Title IX.
Office for Civil RightsU.S. Department of Education32 Old Slip, 26th FloorNew York, NY 10005-2500Telephone: +1 646-428-3900Hotline: 1-800-421-3481 Email: OCR.NewYork@ed.gov