Office of Investigations and Civil Rights Compliance COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Updates
In order to promote social distancing to limit the spread of COVID-19, the Office of Investigations and Civil Rights Compliance has transitioned to offering most services remotely. Thank you for your understanding and patience as together we work to sustain the health and well-being of our campus community.
We are committed to maintaining high levels of service during this time. Our staff will continue to check and respond to voicemails and emails. We will also continue to respond to discrimination and harassment reports submitted through our website.
Refer to the site linked below for official updates regarding the University of Oregon’s response to COVID-19, including frequently asked questions.
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Make an anonymous report
If you wish to report anonymously, use the Maxient form but do not enter your name, contact information, or any other identifying information.
The university is committed to respecting the wishes of those who choose to report anonymously and will pursue steps to mitigate the effects of the alleged harassment or misconduct and prevent its recurrence. However, in certain cases where anonymous reports contain information about significant threats to the health and safety of an individual or the campus community, the University may take steps to attempt to identify the source of the report. This may include reports of use of weapons, threats of violence or property damage, intentionally false reports or the intention to harm self or others.
2019 Campus Climate Survey
The University of Oregon has released the results of the 2019 AAU Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct. The UO joined 32 additional universities in participating in the national survey of students as a follow up to the 2015 Campus Climate Survey.
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Committed to Inclusion
"The university’s leadership team stands united in our resolve to do whatever we can to enable every member of our community to flourish and contribute. I also want to make absolutely clear that we condemn any threat or effort to intimidate anyone at the university. We are a community of scholars. Efforts to divide us based upon the color of our skin, our nationality, our immigration status, our abilities, our diversity of thought, our gender, or our sexual orientation must be called out and stopped."
—University of Oregon President Michael Schill
Title IX is a federal statute that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex, which has been interpreted to include gender discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual violence. Under Title IX, all members of the University of Oregon community—students, faculty, staff, applicants for admission, and applicants for employment—are protected from gender discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual violence.