Reporting Discrimination, Hate Crimes, and Hate Incidents
The Commission on Diversity and Inclusion
Reporting Incidents of Bias
The Commission on Diversity and Inclusion (CODI) has launched an online form for reporting incidents of bias; it can also be found on the website. CODI is tracking bias incidents so that University can better address issues of culture, climate and inclusion. Examples of incidents of bias include, but are not limited to, any activity that intimidates, demeans, mocks, degrades, marginalizes, or threatens individuals or groups based on that person/group’s actual or perceived:
||Race / Ethnicity
Contact: Alison Cruess at firstname.lastname@example.org or (904) 620-2583
Equal Opportunity and Inclusion
The Office of Equal Opportunity and Inclusion (EOI) is committed to fostering non-discrimination and non-harassment in the workplace and the educational environment by ensuring compliance with all federal and state laws, local ordinances, and agency requirements that are related to equity and compliance for universities. EOI provides leadership and support toward developing a comprehensive and institution-wide approach to achieving and sustaining a diverse and pluralistic community of students, faculty and staff. You can make a complaint about conduct that is believed to be in violation of the University's Diversity and Equal Opportunity Regulation or the University's Sexual Misconduct Regulation by filling out an EOI Complaint Form.
Phone: (904) 620-2507
Online: EOI Complaint Form
LGBT Resource Center
The LGBT Resource Center's mission is to provide valuable education and resources for the entire campus community with a commitment to advocacy, equality, respect, and support for LGBT students, faculty, and staff. The LGBT Resource Center is able to aid in navigating the process of reporting discrimination, hate crimes, and hate incidents.
Phone: (904) 620-4720
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 protects individuals from discrimination based on sex in any educational program or activity operated by recipients of federal financial assistance. Sexual harassment, which includes acts of sexual violence, is a form of sex discrimination prohibited by Title IX, as is gender-based bullying and hazing. The University of North Florida has a sexual Misconduct Regulation that provides additional information.
University Police Department
University Police Department (UPD) is a state police department on campus. They operate to preserve the peace, provide general police services to the University
community, and enforce the laws of the State of Florida, the ordinances
of the City of Jacksonville, as well as the rules, policies and traffic
regulations of the University of North Florida. In cooperation with the
entire campus community, the University Police Department also is
committed to protecting the University's population, buildings, grounds
and equipment. UPD offers a program called Silent Witness which does not track any information (including IP Addresses) allowing the user to remain completely anonymous.
Non Emergency: (904) 620-2800
Online Silent Witness Form
Victim Advocacy Program
The Victim Advocacy Program serves as a resource and support service for
anyone in the University community who has been a victim of actual or
threatened violence. The services offered range from emotional support
to assistance navigating the criminal justice system. Twenty-four hour
crisis intervention services provide immediate assistance.
Phone: 24 hours a Day (904) 620-1010