Loyola University Maryland

Title IX

Reporting Resources

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Loyola University Maryland encourages all individuals to report any instance of sexual assault, misconduct or harassment. Reports can be filed by using any of the resources below. Loyola will take steps to investigate, eliminate and remediate any form of discrimination or harassment.

As a reminder, any University administrator, staff with supervisory responsibilities, faculty member, campus police officer, athletic coach, athletic trainer, graduate resident coordinator, or resident assistant who are made aware of an allegation of gender-based discrimination or harassment are expected to report the incident to the Title IX Coordinator and/or Deputy Coordinators. Certain employees who are serving in a privileged professional capacity (e.g., mental health counselors, Loyola's confidential advocate, nurses and doctors, or clergy acting in a spiritual capacity) are not bound by this expectation, except as required by law.

Reports related to sexual and gender-based misconduct, submitted through the reporting option below, does not constitute a formal complaint under the Harassment and Discrimination Policy and Procedures.

Submit a report online for students Submit a report online for employees

Confidential* Reporting Options

  • Counseling Center for students: (410) 617-2273
  • Student Health Center: (410) 671-5055
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP): (800) 765-0770
  • Sexual Violence Prevention, Education and Response Coordinator: (410) 617-6769/mklees@loyola.edu
  • Off campus victim advocacy center: TurnAround, Inc. (443) 279-0379

*Confidentiality cannot be guaranteed if there is an imminent threat to health and safety. 

Non-Confidential Reporting Options

Headshot of David Tiscione Title IX Coordinator (for the university)
David Tiscione (he/him)
Director of Title IX, Compliance, and Assessment
105 Jenkins Hall
410-617-2763
dmtiscione@loyola.edu
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Mariella Toribio headshot Title IX Coordinator (for students)
Mariella Toribio (she/her)
Assistant Director of Title IX, Compliance, and Assessment
105 Jenkins Hall
410-617-2842
mtoribio@loyola.edu
 

Deputy Coordinator (for faculty, staff, and administrators)
Kathleen M. Parnell (she/her)
Associate Vice President Human Resources
5000 York Rd, Baltimore, MD 21212
410-617-2354
kmparnell@loyola.edu

Title IX Intake Officers

Title IX Intake Officers are available to meet with complainants and other reporting parties to review their rights, resources, and reporting options that are available both on and off-campus, including offering and implementing supportive measures, regardless of whether they desire to file a complaint.

Title IX Intake Officers for Students
Neil Andrito headshot Neil Andrito (he/him)
Director of Student Life
Seton Court Suite 08a
410-617-2488
nfandrito@loyola.edu
Stepf Diaz headshot Stepf Diaz (they/them)
Associate Director of Student Life
Newman Towers, C110B
410-617-5081
sdiaz@loyola.edu
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Teddi Burns headshot Teddi Burns (she/her)
Associate Athletic Director/Senior Woman Administrator, Facilities & Operations
Andrew White Student Center, 3rd Floor
410-617-2643
tburns@loyola.edu
Brittany Richmond-Davis headshot Brittany Richmond-Davis (she/they)
Assistant Director of Student Engagement
Student Center E311 or E413
410-617-2586
brichmond@loyola.edu
Title IX Intake Officers for Faculty, Staff, & Administrators
Toya Dailey-Smith headshot Toya Dailey-Smith
Sr. HR Partner
5000 York Rd., 2nd Floor
410-617-1360
tdailey-smith@loyola.edu
Bonnie Wrzosek headshot Bonnie Wrzosek
HR Partner
5000 York Rd., 2nd Floor
410-617-1367
bwrzosek@loyola.edu

If you are a qualified individual with a disability and need a reasonable accommodation to access information on this website, please contact a Title IX Coordinator at TitleIX@loyola.edu or dial 410-617-5171.

Contact Public Safety

24-hour Dispatch Emergency Number: 410-617-5911
24-hour Dispatch Non-Emergency Number: 410-617-5010

Online Reporting* Options

*Reports related to sexual and gender-based misconduct, submitted through the reporting options below, does not constitute a formal complaint under the Harassment and Discrimination Policy and Procedures.