How to

Bring Your Concerns to Us

There is a simple process for bringing your concerns to the Commission:

  1. Students, faculty or staff may contact any member of the
    Commission and explain their issues or concerns.
    Contact an individual Commission Member
  2. The Commission member then brings the issue or concern before the Commission, allowing for anonymity, if requested.
  3. The Commission recommends or implements appropriate responses.

If you have issues or concerns in any of the following areas or in others not listed here, please contact a Commission member.

  • Lighting on Campus
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Violence
  • Stalking
  • Alcoholism
  • Peer Harassment
  • Pay & Equity
  • Residential Life/Roommates/Hostile Environment
  • Child Care
  • Issues with Authority
  • Health Issues
  • Lack of Supportive Environment

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