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VICTIMS' SERVICES

(302) 577-2484 Suicide Hotline or 1-800-652-2929

(302) 831-2141 Center for Counseling & Student Development (PSC)

(302) 831-8939 Dean of Students Office

(302) 831-2414 Faculty and Staff Assistance Program

(302) 831-8063 Office of Equity and Inclusion

(302) 761-9100 CONTACT Delaware

WHERE TO TURN FOR HELP

We encourage you to tell someone about what you’re experiencing or what you've witnessed. You are not alone. There are many support offices and staff available to help you decide what to do and to take action. Complaints against students will be handled by the Office of Student Conduct. Complaints against faculty/staff will be handled by the Office of the Vice President for Finance and Administration.


Who?

What?

Where?

Faculty, Staff &
Students

Questions regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Rehabilitation Act

Office of Disabilities Support Services
161 Perkins Student Center
302-831-4643
Tom Webb, Director

Faculty, Staff & Students

Questions regarding the age discrimination or the Age Discrimination in Employment Act

Office of Labor Relations
100 Hullihen Hall
302-831-2414
Tom LaPenta, Associate Vice President

Faculty, Staff & Students

Questions regarding the discrimination & harassment policies and procedures, victim support and advocacy

Office of Equity & Inclusion
305 Hullihen Hall
302-831-8063
Becki Fogerty, Director

Faculty, Staff & Students

To report a bias-based crime such as a hate crime or threats

University of Delaware Police Department
413 Academy Street
302-831-2222

Faculty/Staff

To report a complaint regarding discrimination or harassment/Title IX

Bindu Kolli, Chief Policy Advisor and
Title IX Coordinator
Office of Equity & Inclusion
302-831-8063

Undergraduate
Students

To report a complaint regarding discrimination or harassment/Title IX

Office of the Dean of Students
101 Hullihen Hall
302-831-8939

Graduate Students

To report a complaint regarding the discrimination or harassment/Title IX

Graduate Studies
234 Hullihen Hall
302-831-8697

Non-Retaliation Policy

It is a violation of University policy to retaliate in any way against students or employees because they have raised allegations of harassment or discrimination. Because a charge of unlawful harassment/discrimination may have serious consequences, complaints must be brought in good faith and in accordance with University policy. Persons against whom the complaint is lodged also bear a responsibility to abstain from retaliatory behavior outside of the established channels of redress in accordance with University policy. A false complaint or a complaint brought with malicious intent may result in disciplinary action against the complainant.

Office of Equity & Inclusion • 305 Hullihen Hall, Newark DE, 19716
Phone: (302) 831-8735 • Fax: (302) 831-2063
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