The University is committed to providing safe spaces for community members to report an incident. The staff of these offices has been trained to be welcoming and sensitive to student, staff and community concerns. Please do not feel boxed in to any one office, people from all backgrounds are invited to report and share.
If you have experienced a hate crime, report it directly to the Division of Public Safety and Security at 734-763-1131 or the Ann Arbor Police at 734-994-2911. If you report it to DPSS or AAPD, we would appreciate a report via phone or on this website. If you are not sure what to report or you have experienced a hate crime and would like to discuss the incident, please call 734-615-BIAS(2427). Unsure of the terms used in this website? View our list of definitions.
Report a bias-related incident:
Use the online reporting form to report bias incidents to the Dean of Students (for students) or the Office of Institutional Equity (for faculty and staff). Your message will be directed to the appropriate office.
Call 734-615-BIAS (2427) to report an incident during normal working hours (Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.). If it is after hours, leave a message and a staff member will get back with you on the next business day.
Wondering where to report an incident? View our reporting areas. You can confidentially report an incident of bias, intolerance or discrimination. These offices and resources exist to support students, staff and faculty.
If you witness or experience conduct that discriminates, stereotypes, excludes, harasses or harms anyone in our community based on their identity (such as race, color, ethnicity, national origin, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability, age or religion) please report it to the University.
Faculty and staff who call the number during normal business hours will be connected to the Office of Institutional Equity; students to the Dean of Students Office. Staff from these offices will offer support and begin to discuss next steps with callers. Those who call the phone line after normal business hours should leave a message and a staff member will get back with them on the next business day.