Graduate Student Support
Graduate Student Concern & Retention Pathway
Navigating a large campus can be overwhelming. The Report It website provides contact information for reporting concerns and issues related to several topics, including: accessibility, campus maintenance, crimes/safety, discrimination, events, health/wellness, integrity/ethics, student and employee conduct, and technology.
It is appropriate to submit incidents of potential sexual misconduct, discrimination, harassment, dating/domestic violence, stalking, retaliation to the Office of Civil Rights & Title IX as they have investigative authority and are very connected to campus and community support resources.
Additionally, University employees and affiliates - including graduate student employees (e.g. hourlies, GA, GTA, GRAs, fellows, etc.) - are mandatory reporters. That means whether committed against them or someone else, they are required to report incidents of sexual misconduct, discrimination, harassment, dating/domestic violence, stalking, or retaliation.
Pathway for Graduate Student Concerns
Director of Graduate Studies
Department Chair or Director
Concerned about yourself or a fellow student?
If you are a student, staff, faculty, or family member who has concerns about a specific student’s behaviors and/or well-being and do not know where to turn, Student Affairs Student Care Referral Team strives to develop, facilitate, and coordinate a university-wide program of care and support for students.
DEIB RISE Toolbox
This DEIB Toolbox assists and supports unit and program-level planning, action, and continued education on cultivating diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging using the RISE framework.Visit the DEIB RISE Toolbox