Office of Equity Compliance

Mandatory Reporting

Obligations of College Employees

MICA policy requires that all reports of sexual misconduct to a Responsible Employee must be promptly reported to either the Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Title IX Coordinator. Responsible Employees are designated based on the College's determination that they have the authority to redress sexual misconduct, have the duty to report sexual misconduct to the Title IX Coordinator, or are employees who a student reasonably believes have such authority or duty. 

The Office of Equity Compliance will work collaboratively with the reporting entity and make every effort to operate with discretion and maintain the privacy of all persons involved.

There are areas confidential reporting options available.  Confidential reporters are not obligated to report information to the Office of Equity Compliance. These areas are:

  • Student Health Services
  • Counseling Services
  • Clergy
  • Employee Assistance Program 

Incidents of sexual harassment and gender-based violence should be reported to a member of the Title IX Team. We will use discretion and protect the privacy of all persons involved in complaints of sexual misconduct. If you would like additional support or information about these conversations, please contact a member of the Title IX Team.

Optional Title IX Session 2022



MICA's Incident Report Form

The Incident Reporting Form is intended to collect information from members of the MICA community about a possible violation of the College's Equal Opportunity, Harassment, and Non-Discrimination Policy, inclusive of possible Title VII or Title IX violations.

Title IX Team Contacts

Andrea L Neal, Director of Equity Compliance & Title IX Coordinator


Bunting Center 315 1300 W Mount Royal Ave 315 Baltimore 21217

Michael Z. Patterson, Vice President for Student Affairs, Deputy Title IX Coordinator


Bunting Center 263