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Reporting Information

For emergency and immediate safety issues, call 911. Contact the UT Health San Antonio Police Department for non-emergency matters at 210-567-2800.

Individuals who have experienced any form of sexual misconduct can report through the University, through the legal system, through both, or not at all. While you can make a report at any time, filing a report immediately after an incident can help preserve important evidence.

If you choose not to file a complaint with the Title IX Coordinator, you are still able to receive supportive measures and campus and community resources and the Office of Educational Support Services can direct you to other appropriate resources even if you do not wish to file a complaint. The UT Health San Antonio Police are also available for safety planning and available to answer any questions you may have. However, even if you choose not to file a complaint, the University may file its own administrative complaint in order to assess and respond to any threat to campus safety.

Reporting Options

Department Hours Contact
Compliance Hotline 24 Hours Toll Free Hotline: 877-507-7317 (Anonymous option available)
Title IX Office 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Title IX Coordinator: Juliette Montemayor
7703 Floyd Curl Drive, ALTC B106
San Antonio, Texas 78229
Phone: 210-450-8131
UT Health San Antonio Police Department (UTPD) 24 Hours Phone (emergency): 210-567-8911 or 911
Phone (non-emergency): 210-567-2800
  • Know your rights

    As a Complainant or a Respondent, you have the following rights during an investigation:

    • To be informed of and have access to counseling, medical, academic, and other applicable support services, including confidential resources.
    • To be informed of the importance of a victim going to a hospital for treatment and the preservation of evidence, if applicable, as soon as practicable after an alleged incident.
    • To be informed of a notice of a formal complaint to the University, whether filed by a complainant or the Title IX Coordinator.
    • To receive a prompt, fair, equitable, and impartial grievance process.
    • To receive information and ask questions about the formal and informal processes available.
    • To be given equal chance to participate in a grievance process, including the opportunity to identify witnesses and other relevant evidence.
    • To choose not to actively participate in the grievance process, if desired.
    • To have an advisor of choice present during all meetings and grievance proceedings.
    • To have an advisor provided for a party at a hearing under the Title IX grievance process, if an advisor of choice is not present.
    • To have access and equal opportunity to inspect and review any evidence obtained as part of the investigation, and to receive a copy of the completed investigation report.
    • To be equally informed of any determinations regarding responsibility, dismissals of formal complaints, and/or a party’s filing of an appeal
    • To appeal a determination regarding responsibility and/or dismissals of formal complaints.
    • To file a report with local and/or campus law enforcement authorities.

  • Why Report?

    • Reports can be made at any time.
    • The incident may negatively impact your academics or employment.
    • You have concerns about your safety or the safety of the community.
    • You need someone to confide in or want to seek assistance and support, but you are not seeking action or do not want to name the Respondent.
    • You want the university to pursue disciplinary action against the Respondent.
    • You want a No Contact Directive to be put in place between you and the Respondent.
    • You would like to be provided with resources.