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Hazing

Reporting:

If you have been, or know someone who has been hazed, please report the hazing to the respective reporting location listed below:

Office of Equal Opportunity

The Office of Equal Opportunity can provide assistance specifically to anyone who believes the hazing they experienced was due to their protected class or was heightened because of their protected class. A protected class is a group of people protected against discrimination by University policy or by state and federal law. The following are considered protected classes: Age (40+), Ancestry /National Origin, Color /Race, Gender Identity, Genetic Information, Medical Condition, Mental/Physical Disability, Pregnancy, Religion, Sex (including prohibitions on sexual harassment), Sexual Orientation, Spousal Affiliation, Veteran Status and any other class as protected by state or federal law.

Athletics Compliance Office 

The UNM Athletics Compliance Office can provide assistance to all student athletes regarding resources and avenues to address hazing incidents on the UNM Campus or during UNM affiliated events.

 

UNM Campus Police 

The UNM Campus Police will respond to violent hazing activities that are occurring or have taken place, that have jeopardized the safety of an individual or individuals.

Dean of Students Office 

The Dean of Students Office can provide assistance to all students regarding resources and avenues to address hazing incidents on the UNM Campus or during UNM affiliated events.

 

Student Activities Center/Greek Life

The UNM Student Activities Center provides assistance to UNM Student Organizations (including Fraternities and Sororities), regarding resources and avenues to address hazing incidents on the UNM Campus or during UNM affiliated events.

LoboRESPECT Advocacy Center

The LoboRESPECT Advocacy Center staff recieve specialized training to assist students in crisis situations and serve students on a wide range of issues. We can provide resources and help navigate options for any students who have experienced hazing.

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Under Title IX, sexual violence is a severe form of sexual harassment. Sexual violence is unacceptable and will not be tolerated at the University of New Mexico. Sexual violence may be committed by a stranger, an acquaintance or someone with whom the victim is involved in an intimate or sexual relationship. Victims of sexual violence are encouraged to report what happened to law enforcement and seek assistance from any of the resources, on and off campus, listed in this publication. 

Please contact UNM's Title IX Coordinator, Heather Cowan, at hbcowan@unm.edu for more information about Title IX.