Where to Turn for Help
Individuals who would like assistance in taking action or filing a report can contact the Office of Equity and Inclusion, and a representative will aid them in the process. Other concerns can be reported as outlined below.
Protection from Retaliation
The University will take all appropriate steps to ensure that a person who in good faith reports or complains about sexual misconduct or who participates in a sexual misconduct investigation will not be subjected to retaliation by the respondent or by anyone else with knowledge of the underlying report. The University will also take all appropriate steps to ensure that the respondent will not be subjected to retaliation by the complainant or anyone else with knowledge of the underlying report.
Anyone who believes they are experiencing retaliation is strongly encouraged to report that to the University Police, the University Title IX Coordinator or any other University official so appropriate action can be taken. Retaliation may also be a violation of federal law. Visit this site (www.hhs.gov/ocr/office/index.htm) for more information.
Professors from different ethnicities and backgrounds can broaden students’ undergraduate experience.
College applicants who want to find a school with wider diversity, including faculty, have a few options for researching the individuals who are leading the institutions and programs of interest to them.
Microaggressions and Microaffirmations
- Career Services Center
- Center for Counseling and Student Development
- Disabilities Support Services
- Human Resources
- LGBT Program Coordinator
- Office of the Dean of Students
- Office of Equity and Inclusion
- Office of International Students and Scholars
- Residence Life and Housing
- Student Life
- Student Services for Athletes