Reporting

If you feel you have been a victim of sexual harassment or sexual violence, you are strongly encouraged to seek help. Before enlisting help from university staff, please note that different staff may have different roles with regard to reporting. Mines staff are committed to and concerned about student safety. Action can and will be taken to help the victims avoid contact with the alleged perpetrators.

Who to contact to file a complaint:

Amanda Lopez
Title IX and Disability Coordinator
605-395-2533
Amanda.Lopez@sdsmt.edu

Cassie Kosiba
Associate Athletic Director of Internal Operations
605-395-2643                         
Cassie.Kosiba@sdsmt.edu

Kelsey O’Neill
Human Resources Manager
605.394.1978
Kelsey.ONeill@sdsmt.edu

Advocate Online Reporting
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SD Mines Mandatory Reporters

Under Title IX of the Education Amendments, any school that receives federal funding need to identify “Responsible Employees” to whom possible incidents of sexual discrimination may be reported. Therefore, please know that you may report to faculty, staff, orientation leaders, or resident assistants as they are mandatory reporters.  

The mandatory reporter will report the information that they have been provided to the Title IX Coordinator. Information will be handled with the upmost care and limit disclosure on a need to know basis.

SD Mines Confidential Reporting

  1. Counseling Staff
  2. Pastoral Staff   

Title IX

(Sexual Misconduct)

Title IX CTA - Report Now
You can report an incident of sexual harassment or sexual violence through the student Advocate Online Reporting. This report can be made anonymously if the student chooses not to disclose certain details.
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Title IX Brochure