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We are an inclusive, welcoming community. We seek to build a creative learning environment marked by openness, understanding and valuing all people and perspectives.
Please report any incidents of discrimination, bias, or unfairness you have experienced or observed. In addition, please tell us about any incidents you have experienced or observed that impede our campus from being an open and inclusive environment.
We appreciate you reporting this incident. Please understand that the more information you can provide, the better we will be able to conduct a thorough investigation and make an informed decision on the incident. We will take into consideration the reporting party’s wishes on how they would like the incident to be handled, however there may be times when the University’s obligation to effectively address discrimination may conflict with the reporting party’s wishes.
Who can submit a report?
Anyone: staff, faculty, students, parents, alumni, and visitors to the campus.
What happens after I submit a report?
Missouri S&T takes these reports seriously and will take action to investigate reported incidents and determine the appropriate action. We also provide support to all members of the campus community who experience, or witness, such an incident. The offices of Counseling, Disability Support and Student Wellness; Student Advocacy; Office of Student Affairs; and Human Resource Services, Affirmative Action, Diversity & Inclusion provide a wealth of resources.
Can I submit a report anonymously?
Yes, the identifying information below is optional. Without this information, the form will be submitted anonymously. If you supply your name and contact information this initiates the informal investigation process, and the Human Resource Services, Affirmative Action, Diversity & Inclusion (HRSAADI) office will contact you to follow up on the incident. If you want to act responsibly and report an incident but don’t want to give your name the HRSADDI office will still investigate the incident. Also, if you do not feel comfortable submitting this information online you can print this form and send it via campus mail to HRSAADI Office, 113 Centennial Hall.
Note: As stated previously, identifying information is optional. Without this information, the form will be submitted anonymously.
If you provide your contact information, we will contact you to follow up on this report. If you do not provide contact information, there is no way for us to identify who is submitting this report; however, once a report is received the appropriate office will conduct a thorough investigation to resolve the incident.
If we subsequently contact you, it will be because you were identified through the investigation, not because you submitted the anonymous bias report. Read more about the informal inquiry and investigation process here (Policy Memorandum I-29).
We sincerely thank you for taking the time to report this incident, as we cannot address these issues if no one speaks up. As we work to create a more inclusive campus environment it is vital for community members to speak up about what they witness or experience on our campus.
We will do our best to find a productive resolution to this incident and any others that are reported.