Who to Contact
In considering sexual harassment, it is the EFFECT of behavior not the INTENT that counts.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a free, confidential service designed to help you resolve personal or workplace problems affecting your job performance and/or personal well being.
If in the course of counseling you decide to report the harassment, EAP will refer you to a Equity & Affirmative Action Council member to do so. EAP is not a reporting agency. Confidentiality is the cornerstone of our program and your use of EAP is strictly confidential within the limits of state and federal regulations. Your job security and promotional opportunities will not be jeopardized due to involvement in the employee assistance program.
We offer all employees information, consultation, support and counseling on topics such as anger management, handling conflict, leadership, stress management, interpersonal communication and skill building in organization and decision making issues.
If you have questions about how EAP can be of help to you, call Ann Malain at (920) 424-2061.
Office of Equity and Affirmative Action
Dean of Students Office
The Dean of Students Office serves as a resource for students, faculty, staff and parents providing advocacy, intervention, guidance and referral services to the University community.
Phone: (920) 424-3100
Fax: (920) 424-2405
Office: Dempsey 125
Rainbow Alliance for Helping Others Perceive Equality (HOPE)
Campus Awareness for Relationship Education (CARE)
Bias Motivated Incident/Crime Reporting Form
The purpose is to track the nature of bias motivated incidents on and off the UWO campus in an effort to prevent future behaviors and to help maintain a positive learning, living and working environment within our community. Examples may include but are not limited to the use of degrading language or slurs, spoken or written directed at women, men, gays, lesbian, racist, anti-semitic, etc.
Incidents that rise to the level of a crime should also be reported to the University Police. This form does not take the place of reporting a crime to law enforcement.