If you are harassed, do not hesitate to seek consultation. You should seek advice at an early stage before things becomes serious.
If possible, you should tell the harasser that the conduct is unwelcome. If it is difficult to say it directly, seek advice from a person you can rely on. You should not be facing it alone and suffering.
Do not blame yourself for not having said "No" in the first place. Harassment occurs because it involves situations where saying "No" is most difficult.
If you are harassed, you are advised to maintain a record of what happened and the time and place it occurred. The record will serve as objective information for resolving cases of sexual harassment. Keeping a record is strongly advised if there is repeated conduct of harassment.
If you feel you are physically endangered, you are advised to contact the police without delay.
Contact the Consultant you wish to see. If you prefer it you may remain anonymous.
If the problem cannot be resolved by consultation, you can request the Complaint Committee to arrange a discussion of the matter between you and the accused or you can submit a complaint to the Complaint Committee.