Assistant Dean of Sexual Assault Prevention & Response
The ADSAPR works with other programs on and off campus to make sure that survivors of sexual violence, relationship abuse, and stalking receive the support and information that they need. She coordinates campus-wide prevention efforts and response training for staff, faculty, and students. She supervises the Reed Student Advocates and the SAPR Peer Educators.
Gray Campus Center 104
The SAPR Advocates can provide support and information to anyone affected by sexual or relationship violence, including friends of survivors. During the academic year, voicemails, texts, and emails will generally be returned within 24 hours during the week, and the line is generally answered live on weekends. Advocates can arrange for free transportation to a hospital for a sexual assault forensic examination within 84 hours after the assault.
Support line: 503/847-9772
503/788-6666 (ext 6666) or 911
Gary Granger, Director
Title IX Coordinator
The Title IX Coordinator can answer questions regarding the process for reporting, investigating, and adjudicating complaints of gender discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, or other potential Title IX violations. The Coordinator is not a confidential resource. For more information, please see the Title IX webpage.
Mike Brody, Vice President for Student Services
Eliot Hall 218
Students may also file complaints with the Title IX Board.
Employees and visitors may also file complaints with Human Resources.
Faculty may also file a complaint with the Dean of Faculty.
United States Department of Education
Individuals with Title IX complaints have the right to file a formal complaint with the United States Department of Education.United States Department of Education Office of Civil Rights (OCR)
400 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20202-1100
Customer Service Hotline: 800/421-3481