Consistent with the mission and Franciscan values of Cardinal Stritch University to provide a working and learning environment that fosters the intellectual, spiritual and social development of the individual, sexual harassment and sexual misconduct (which can include sexual violence, relationship violence and stalking) will not be tolerated and every effort will be made to eradicate it completely and swiftly.
Cardinal Stritch University strives to prevent incidents of sexual harassment and sexual misconduct by providing education to its students and employees intended to promote awareness, provide options or bystander intervention, and educate victims regarding their rights and support systems as well as general risk reduction strategies. The University makes this education available to both new and returning students and employees through a variety of methods including: printed material, online resources, online learning modules, orientation activities and University-wide initiatives and events.
However, in the event that sexual harassment and/or sexual misconduct occurs, the University has policies and procedures intended to aid the Stritch community in identifying incidents of sexual misconduct, articulating the rights of and supports available to both the victim and the accused in such situations, as well as to articulate the process and standard of evidence that will be used by the institution to investigate, make a determination, and offer sanctions(s) and/or resolution(s).
The entire Sexual Harassment and Misconduct Policy can be accessed online.
Reporting and Resources for Survivors or Harassment or Interpersonal Violence
There are numerous options for reporting incidents of harassment or interpersonal violence as well as resources available to support survivors. If you, or someone you know, has experienced interpersonal violence, please consider contacting one of the resources below. In addition, retaliation against anyone who reports is strictly prohibited and reports of retaliatory behavior will be addressed immediately.
Formal Reporting and Resources
Glendale Police Department: (414) 962-4619
Fox Point Police Department: (414) 351-8911
- Responsible for all criminal investigations or on-campus crime.
- For off campus crimes, state or local police are responsible for investigations.
Title IX Coordinator (Donney Moroney): (414) 410-4329
- Investigates University conduct code and policy violations when the accused individual is a Stritch student or employee.
- Investigates regardless of whether the incident occurred on or off campus.
- Students and employees who violate University policies and conduct codes may be subject to discipline up to and including expulsion and/or termination.
Confidential Reporting & Resources
Counseling Services: BH2113, (414) 410-4194
- Provide immediate crisis intervention and therapy for recent or past victims.
Health Services: CH127, (414) 410-4097
- Provide crisis and follow-up care for victims including free medical examinations, medications and STD testing.
- Assistance arranging referral services for evidence collection and crisis counseling.
University Ministry: CC121, (414) 410-4722
- Provide personal and spiritual counseling and guidance.
- Assistance arranging referral services.
Non-Confidential Reporting & Resources
All Stritch employees (other than those identified above as confidential reporters) are considered "Responsible Employees" and can take a report of a Title IX violation.
- It is important to note that while responsible employees will keep conversations private, only a conversation with a confidential resource can be kept confidential. All other reports will be shared with the Title IX Coordinator.
This brochure is a resource for Stritch students and employees regarding sexual violence, relationship violence and stalking. It details definitions for understanding,information on what to do if you are a victim, options for reporting, your rights as well as campus and community resources.
Sexual Violence, Relationship Violence & Stalking: Reporting and Resources