Discrimination Report

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The University values and embraces the ideals of freedom of thought and freedom of expression, both of which must be vitally sustained as the University pursues its mission of excellence as a comprehensive, graduate-research University with a liberal arts base. While these freedoms protect controversial ideas and differing views, including some bias-motivated, prejudiced, or otherwise disrespectful acts which may be constitutionally-protected speech and thus not subject to University disciplinary action or formal investigation, they do not protect “true threats” or acts of misconduct, which violate University policy and/or state or federal law. This Discrimination Report form is intended to assist the University in tracking and addressing discriminatory and harassing behavior, as defined in University policy, as well as provide support to students who have been negatively impacted by bias incidents that do not violate University policy by connecting impacted students and community members with appropriate campus support and resources.

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