Discrimination or Harassment
What is Discrimination or Harassment?
This is the uninvited and unwelcome verbal or physical conduct directed at an individual because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, age, disability, veteran status, citizenship and parental status. (Examples include: bias in assignments, bias in educational decisions, inappropriate language).
Read the Nondiscrimination Policy on HR's Equal Opportunity and Access website.
Who to Contact
Contact 911 for emergencies, or if the situation presents an immediate threat to life or property.
To ask a question, receive guidance, or report a violation related to an discrimination or harassment, contact a representative from the list below. All are trained and ready to help.
You can also visit EthicsPoint, or call the hotline, to ask a question or submit a report.
Gloria Graham, Deputy Chief of Police
- Contact for: Non-emergencies
- Call: 847-491-3254 (Evanston campus) or 312-503-8314 (Chicago campus)
Office of Equal Opportunity and Access
Sarah M. Brown, Director Office of Equal Opportunity and Access
- Call: 847-467-4335
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org