How to File a Discrimination Complaint with IDEAA

IDEAA reviews, investigates, and resolves alleged violations of the University’s Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination in Employment and Non-Discrimination in Education Policies, Affirmative Action Policy, the Policy Statement on Harassment, the Policy on Sexual Misconduct, and the Policy on Consensual Sexual or Romantic Relationships.

If you believe you have experienced discrimination in violation of one of these policies, or are aware of discrimination occurring in a Georgetown University program or activity, you may choose to file a complaint with IDEAA. To review the University’s Grievance Procedure or file a discrimination complaint with IDEAA, please refer to the Grievance Procedures (new window) and the Discrimination Complaint Form (new window). Additional information about IDEAA’s complaint investigation and administrative review processes is available in IDEAA’s Frequently Asked Questions document.

Applicants or Employees who believe they have been denied a job or an equal opportunity to apply for a job based on a disability, covered medical condition, or religion, refused a request for reasonable accommodation, or have been asked illegal medical questions or have been required to take an illegal medical examination may contact IDEAA at (202) 687-4798, fax at (202) 687-7778, through our confidential email service at, or may choose to file a complaint with IDEAA. Our office is located at 37th & O Streets, NW, M36 Darnall Hall, Washington, DC 20057.