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Discrimination, Harassment, and Hate- or Bias-Motivated Conduct Complaint Procedures

These procedures should be used to file a complaint regarding violation of the Discrimination, Harassment, and Hate or Bias Motivated Conduct Policy 

1.  Complaints regarding sexual harassment should be made under the procedures described in the College’s Sexual Misconduct Resources and Support Policy

2.  COMPLAINTS AGAINST FACULTY OR STAFF

Complaint Procedure

Complaints regarding discrimination, harassment, hate or bias motivated incidents may be made in several ways:

a.         Complete this form. The form will be delivered to the chair of the BART who will make sure the complaint is received by human resources and other necessary offices; Or

b.         File a complaint directly with Human Resources.  Call extension 6239 to make an appointment.

c.         If it is an emergency, contact Campus Safety at Extension: 7777

3.         COMPLAINTS AGAINST STUDENTS

Complaints regarding discrimination, harassment, hate or bias motivated incidents may be made in several ways:

a.         Complete this form. The form will be delivered to the chair of the Bias incident Assessment and  Response Team who will make sure the complaint is received by Human Resources and other necessary offices; Or

b.         Contact one of the following offices:

       i.  College of Arts and Sciences:  Dean of Student’s Office:  Extension 7145; or the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities:  Extension 8181

       ii.  Graduate School of Education and Counseling:  Associate Dean: Extension 6003

       iii.  Law School:  Associate Dean:  Extension 6610

c.         If it is an emergency, contact Campus Safety at Extension: 7777

Time Period for Filing a Complaint

Prompt reporting of a complaint is strongly encouraged, as it allows for rapid response to and resolution of objectionable behavior. In the interest of early resolution and in the interests of fairness to the parties involved, if conduct is to be investigated as a policy violation, any complaint must be made within two years of the last instance of the conduct alleged to have violated this policy. Reports of conduct more than two years prior to the report will still be accepted for information purposes.

Approved by Executive Council: April 29, 2015

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