Discrimination & Harassment

The university encourages all members of the UO community to discuss concerns or make a report of discrimination, harassment or retaliation:

Gender-based discrimination including sexual harassment, sexual assault and sexual violence

AAEO and the Title IX Coordinator work collaboratively to ensure reports of gender-based discrimination including sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, gender-based bullying and sexual violence are addressed. 

All members of the UO community are encouraged to report gender-based discrimination including sexual harassment, sexual assault and sexual violence to the Title IX Coordinator or to AAEO.

All other forms of prohibited discrimination and harassment

All members of the UO community are encouraged to report all other forms of discrimination and harassment to the AAEO office.


Understanding your rights and responsibilities related to complaints and concerns about discrimination is essential to meeting the university's commitment to equal opportunity.

 


When You Are Named in a Complaint

When a complaint has been brought against you it means that someone has made a formal request of the university to investigate or has brought to the university’s attention an incident that involves you and/or your actions and behavior toward another.  Being named in a complaint does not mean that you violated university policy.

As someone named in a complaint, it is important to understand the methods used to address complaint, the investigation process, and your rights.