Incidents that undermine and damage a safe, respectful and diverse campus climate should be reported. Whether you are a victim or observer, your report will assist us in assessing our campus climate. The University of Minnesota Duluth takes reports of discrimination, harassment, nepotism, sexual misconduct (including sexual harassment, sexual assault, stalking and relationship violence) and related retaliation seriously. For discrimination, harassment, nepotism, or related retaliation by an employee, volunteer, vendor, or visitor -- contact Corey Christensen (UMD EOAA Associate & Title IX Coordinator) at [email protected] or online through UReport, which includes an option for anonymous reporting. More about EOAA at the University of Minnesota may be found here. The UMD Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution receives reports involving student respondents and reports may be made in person (245 Kirby Plaza) or online.
UMD has a Campus Climate Response Team (CCRT) that addresses issues that require a response in addition to the established procedures above. The CCRT also monitors issues and trends in order to address and improve the campus climate. The CCRT website includes a link to resources available to you if you experience a campus climate incident.
How to File a Report
- If your report is about non-sexual conduct of a University of Minnesota Duluth Student, click here.
- If your report is about sexual misconduct involving any university community member, or any other misconduct by a University of Minnesota Duluth Employee, click here.
- If you witnessed an incident and want to report it, but you're not sure who was involved, click here.
- If you are not ready to report but want to talk with someone.