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Personal advisors are individuals who are asked to provide support to a complainant (the person who experienced the misconduct) or respondent (the person against whom the allegations are made) throughout the formal complaint process. Both the Complainant and the Respondent may bring a personal advisor of their choice to any meeting or other proceeding that is part of the formal investigation process, including initial review, or hearing.

Should you have questions about the role of the personal advisor or need assistance identifying a personal advisor, please reach out to your local Title IX Resource Coordinator or email OGE at:

ODR Personal Advisor FAQs (PDF)