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Reporting Resources

This page provides resources for all members of the UO community that seek to report concerns related to diversity and discrimination. This list is not comprehensive of all resources available to UO students, staff, and faculty; instead, it should be considered as a guide through the initial steps of reporting concerns or seeking help.


Immediate Threat of Sexual or Racial Violence

911

UO Police Department: 541-346-2919 (non-emergency number)

UO SAFE Hotline: 541-346-7233

Sexual Assault/Harassment Counseling or Referral

Crisis Intervention and Sexual Violence Support Services

UO SAFE Hotline: 541-346-7233 (24 hour crisis line)

UO SAFE Office: 541-346-8195 (best place to start)

Interpersonal Violence Team at UO Health Center

24 Hour Crisis Line: 541-346-2770 +1

Office: 541-346-2770

Sexual Assault Support Services (Lane County Resource)

541-343-7277 or 1-800-788-4727

Report a Title IX Concern

Title IX | The Office of Investigations and Civil Rights Compliance

Discrimination

To report discrimination based on gender, sexuality, race, religion, ethnicity, or more. See UO policy and definitions regarding prohibited discrimination, protected classes, and faculty/staff reporting obligations.

UO Title IX Coordinator

541-346-08136 or titleixcoordinator@uoregon.edu

UO Office of Civil Rights Compliance

541-346-3123

UO Ombuds Program

541-346-6400 or ombuds@uoregon.edu

For Graduate Employees

Graduate Teaching Fellows Federation


More Resources

Specific contacts for reporting concerns within the Department of History

For Students

For Faculty

For Staff