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Hate/Bias

Report a Hate/Bias Incident:

Online Reporting Form

Hate/bias incidents reported through this form are sent to both the UNM Police Department (crime assessment) and the Office of Equal Opportunity (civil rights violation assessment). This report allows the University of New Mexico to monitor and effectively respond to activity that negatively impacts the campus climate and the well-being of our community members. The University will protect your anonymity and confidentiality to the extent permitted by law; information may need to be shared among University personnel and offices in order to conduct a thorough investigation.

Click here to submit a Hate/Bias Report

Office of Equal Opportunity

The above form is automatically sent to both UNMPD (UNM Police Dept.) and OEO (Office of Equal Opportunity). If you'd rather submit the report only to OEO, you can contact them directly via phone or email. OEO is the campus entity designated to ensure compliance with all University policies that apply to civil rights and state and federal laws prohibiting discrimination. OEO investigators take all concerns seriously, are neutral, and maintain confidentiality to the extent allowed by University policy. 

Anonymous/Confidential Resources:

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 confidential resources and options for students who are survivors of hate/bias incidents and support them in making an official report with the University if they choose to. 

LGBTQ Resource Center

The LGBTQ Resource Center is an official UNM Hate/Bias Intake Center. Their staff are trained to address accounts of hate or bias-motivated incidents and document them in accordance with UNM policies and procedures. Their staff can also make referrals and offer confidential and anonymous support to students who are survivors of hate/bias incidents. 

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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 Interim Title IX Coordinator, Sara Cliffe, at scliffe@unm.edu for more information about Title IX.