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Getting Help & Reporting an Incident
Getting Help & Reporting an Incident
These reporting avenues are for non-emergency incidents or concerns only. For emergencies, including safety concerns, call CU Police (607) 255-1111 or dial 911. For health concerns, call Gannett Health Services 24/7 at (607) 255-5155.
The university has processes to provide resolutions for individuals who have concerns related to the treatment they have received from others. These concerns include gender (including pregnancy), sex, race, color, ethnic or national origin, age, creed, religion, color, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, military or veteran status, actual or perceived disability, ex-offender status, individual genetic information, or other related factors. Information about these processes can be found in our policy, Prohibited Bias, Discrimination, Harassment, and Sexual and Related Misconduct.
Ask for Help
The Caring Community website will help you locate offices, services, and organizations in every corner of this campus to offer you assistance, support, connection, intervention, reporting, and advocacy.
For 24/7 confidential consultation with a health care provider or counselor, students may call Gannett Health Services at (607) 255-5155; faculty and staff may call the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program at (607) 255-2673.
Access & Accommodations
Access concerns and questions about disability accommodations should be directed to the ADA Coordinator Team by calling (607) 255-5150 or by emailing email@example.com. Cornell students with disabilities may also seek assistance from Student Disability Services. A complete list of disability-related resources can be found at disability.cornell.edu.
Concerns and questions about religious accommodations and resources can be directed to Cornell United Religious Work by calling (607) 255-4214 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Faculty, staff, and student-employees may request religious accommodations through Human Resources or by contacting email@example.com.
Concerns and questions about resources supporting LGBTQ+ community members can be directed to the LGBT Resource Center by calling (607) 255-4406 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The University also provides trans-specific resources and policies for faculty and staff through Human Resources, and for students through Student & Campus Life.
Reporting an Incident
Cornell community members who observe an action that negatively impacts our commitment to diversity and inclusion are encouraged to report it to the university by using the form located at biasconcerns.cornell.edu. Reporting, understanding, and preventing unacceptable behaviors such as bias, sexual misconduct, and hazing are essential to maintaining our caring community. Below are avenues for reporting these incidents.
Reporting Bias, Discrimination and Harassment
To report bias incidents or related concerns, complete the online reporting form or send email to email@example.com. Know that confidential care and support for individuals affected by bias are available. More information about Cornell’s Reporting Bias System is also available. Cornell is committed to maintaining a bias-free climate based on civility, decency, and respect.
Reporting Sexual Misconduct
Complete the online reporting form or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you need to report gender-based harrassment, sexual harrassment, sexual assault, domestic and dating violence, stalking, sexual exploitation, or other forms of sexual misconduct. Complete information about reporting options and help with accomodations is available on Cornell's Title IX website. The SHARE website has many resources to help you get support in the event of sexual harassment or assault, including a complete list of confidential resources. Policy 6.4 provides definitions and explains the procedures employed for investigating and adjudicating allegations of sexual misconduct.
While being part of a campus group can be one of the most meaningful aspects of student life, hazing is often a hidden, but serious problem that undermines the value of these experiences and poses risk of physical and mental harm for many individuals. Complete the online reporting form to report hazing activity. Confidential channels for reporting hazing are available on Cornell’s hazing prevention website.
Not Sure Where to Start?
If you would like to speak with someone about the various options that are available for reporting, please contact the Department of Inclusion & Workforce Diversity at (607) 255-3976 or email@example.com.