Title IX

What to Do If You Are a Victim or a Survivor of Sexual Harassment or Misconduct

Any student, employee or member of the university community who has experienced sexual harassment, misconduct or violence is encouraged to immediately notify law enforcement and/or seek immediate medical assistance.

Emergency Assistance

Emergency Response

Mitchell Police Department – Call 911 or 605-995-8400

Health and Safety

Avera Queen of Peace Hospital – 605-995-2000


Dakota Counseling Institute – 605-996-9686

Confidential Resources and Reporting Options

All individuals are encouraged to make a prompt report to law enforcement and to the university.  An individual may seek confidential support and resources as designated below.  Confidential resources will not share information with the university nor will speaking with a confidential resource trigger action by the university under most circumstances.  We encourage all individuals to make a prompt report to the university using the reporting options below, but we recognize that individuals may choose to make a report of sexual harassment, misconduct or violence to any university employee.  With the exception of confidential resources, all other university community members, including student employees who have responsibility for student welfare, are trained to share the report with a Title IX coordinator or deputy coordinator of the university to ensure prompt and equitable review, investigation and resolution.

Confidential Resources and Support

Students and Employees

Campus Counselor – 605-995-2896

Campus Minister – 605-995-2919

Campus Nurse – 605-995-2957

Avera Queen of Peace Hospital – 605-995-2000

Reporting Options

On Campus

Title IX Coordinator for Students – 605-995-2160

Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Employees – 605-995-2648

Off Campus

Campus Conduct Hotline – 866-943-5787

Mitchell Police Department – 605-995-8400