As a member of the University of Oregon community, you have the right to learn, work, and live in an environment free of discrimination and hate. We all have a responsibility to maintain an environment free of prohibited harassment and discrimination.

Together, we can create and maintain a respectful and inclusive community that provides the support and opportunity necessary for each member of the University of Oregon to thrive.

Support Starts Here

If you are a victim of bias, discrimination, or discriminatory harassment and you need help, we have staff available for confidential advice and assistance. Even if you are unsure of what to do, call us at 541-346-3123. If it is an emergency, please contact 9-1-1. With either phone number, you will be connected with someone who can help figure out what to do next. We are always here to support you and provide the assistance and services you need.


A Message from the President 

"Every person in this university is important and valued. The university’s leadership team stands united in our resolve to do whatever we can to enable every member of our community to..." 

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Dear Ducks Message

UO students, faculty, and staff come together to share what it means to be a part of our Duck community in an open video letter to Ducks. 

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University Discrimination Complaint and Response Policy  

The UO takes our institutional policy seriously. The university will not tolerate incidents of discrimination or discriminatory harassment and has policies in place to support our community.

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Share an Idea.

This site has been created to provide our UO community with the information they need should they become a victim of discrimination or discriminatory harrassment. We are working diligently to provide the most accurate and comprehensive services and support possible. If you would like to provide an idea to improve our campus climate, please do so below. Please DO NOT use the box below to report an incident. Any submitted identifiable information involving an incident may result in the university needing to take action.

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