Step by Step Process
Step 1: Who Can I Talk To?
When you feel you have been subjected to any form of bias, discrimination, and/or harassment or have observed such behavior directed at others, you have options, including consulting with a Confidential Resource, speaking with a Non-Confidential Resource, or formally reporting what happened.
Step 2: What Are My Options For Reporting?
Students, faculty, and staff may choose to report an incident of bias, discrimination, and/or harassment to the University, report to a Non-Confidential Resource, or report to Law Enforcement. Regardless of the reporting option chosen, the University is obligated to respond after receiving a report regarding an incident of harassment, sexual assault, sexual misconduct, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, and/or conduct that creates a hostile environment by a student.
Step 3: What Can I Expect Next?
Knowing what happens after reporting an incident of bias, discrimination, and/or harassment can help inform your decision-making in terms of whether to respond informally on your own or to report directly to the University.