Get Help With Your Concern
The Office of the Dean of Students is here for you, but there are also a number of other ways to request help. We've collected a list of reporting forms and contacts to help you connect with the right resources.
Unfair or unequal treatment of an individual of group on the basis of categories protected by law.
Office of Civil Rights and Title IX
Suicidal ideation, self-injury, disordered eating, emotional distress or other other unusual behavior.
Student Care and Outreach
Free and open dialogue is a key ingredient to arriving at universal truths and common understanding.
Contact: For assistance before, during and after free-speech events, email the Safely Engaging in Expression Delegates (email@example.com).
Withdrawal from the university due to a mental health, medical or personal crisis that prevented academic success during a past semester or the Withdrawal Fail (WF) period of a current semester.
Office of the Dean of Students
Degrading or unsafe activities involving members belonging to a group.
Office of Student Contact and Academic Integrity
Sexual assault, dating or relationship violence or stalking.
Equal Opportunity Programs
Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention & Prevention
Our Offices and Initiatives
Upholds the student code of conduct by addressing and adjudicating students' alleged violations through a restorative and educational process.
Works to help keep campus safe when students display behavior that could cause harm to themselves or others.
Supports students with learning, physical, health or psychiatric disabilities in managing the varying demands of the university experience.
Students on the Dean's Advisory Council represent the concerns and interests of the diverse undergraduate student body and provide suggestions for the development of the Office of the Dean of Students, as well as the university as a whole.