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PENN POLICE: 215-573-3333 or 511 from a campus phone

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UNIVERSITY HELP LINE: 215-898-HELP (898-4357)

Bias Incident Reporting Form

The University of Pennsylvania is an inclusive community in which we learn from the research, ideas, and experiences of other people on campus and around the world.  We value open expression and the learning that comes from civil and rigorous debate.   We also value and respect the dignity and worth of all members of our community.  At times individuals or groups may believe they have experienced discrimination or bias or were negatively impacted by the actions of another member of the Penn community.  

Individuals may report their concerns about having been treated in a biased or discriminatory manner by completing a Bias Incident Reporting form.  In addition, the University has resource offices available to respond to complaints and concerns, including the Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Programs , the Office of Student Conduct , the Office of Staff and Labor Relations  in the Division of Human Resources, and the Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty .

To make a report, please go to the Bias Incident Reporting Form.

Inclusive Best Practice Form

Many members of the Penn community contribute to making the University a more inclusive and welcoming university.  Their efforts aid Penn in realizing its vision of inclusive excellence, foster innovation, and propel us forward.  Often individuals and organizations are not recognized for helping to make Penn a place is which everyone can thrive.  Many of the initiatives and programs being undertaken could be replicated elsewhere at the University.  Please tell us about a person, organization, or initiative that you believe contributes to Penn’s aspirations for inclusive excellence.

To make a report, please go to the Inclusive Best Practice Form.

University Resources

Anyone who believes that they have been treated inappropriately is encouraged to use one of the University’s resources, including the confidential resources listed below, to address their concerns: 

Individuals may report their concerns about having been treated in a biased or discriminatory manner by completing a Bias Incident Reporting form.  In addition, the University has resource offices available to respond to complaints and concerns, including the Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Programs , the Office of Student Conduct , the Office of Staff and Labor Relations , in the Division of Human Resources, and the Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty .