The University of Michigan is committed to providing a safe learning, working and living environment, and does not tolerate violence of any type, including the crimes of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.
The OIE consultant remains impartial at all times when investigating a charge of discrimination, discriminatory harassment, or retaliation.
The consultant is neither an advocate nor an adversary with respect to the complainant, the person accused, or witnesses.
OIE is committed to maintaining a nondiscriminatory & harassment free learning, research and work environment.
This includes, but is not limited to all policies, practices, and conditions of employment.
However, only those faculty members, staff members, and students connected with the University are eligible to file a complaint of discrimination or discriminatory harassment with oie against another University faculty or staff member. Additionally, any faculty, staff, or students connected with the University may file a complaint directly with oie if they believe they are being retaliated against because: Schedule an appointment by contacting the Office of Human Resources & Institutional Equity at (313) 593-5190.
The Role of the Office for Institutional Equity in Responding to Reports and Complaints of Discrimination The Office for Institutional Equity is an administrative office, not an internal judicial or legal office.Emergency Crisis Counseling: Helping Students in Distress Need Immediate Help?Women’s Resource Center, 2106 University Center, 313-583-6445 Additional Resources: Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center (SAPAC) Spectrum Center Wayne County Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner's Program (SAFE) The University of Michigan-Dearborn is committed to inclusion and equity in the administration of all campus programs, services and activities including athletics, and the admission of students, employment actions, research or other sponsored activities.Immediate Help If you or someone you know is in immediate danger: Dial 911 (Emergency) Call the University of Michigan-Dearborn Police Department at (313) 593-5333 For immediate confidential crisis intervention or support, call SAPAC’s 24-hour crisis line at (734) 936-3333 You may report to the university, to law enforcement, to both, or neither.We encourage you to report what you have experienced to law enforcement and to participate in the university’s internal review process, but you are not obliged to do so.Sexual misconduct diminishes students’ individual dignity and impedes their access to educational, social, and employment opportunities.