- Welcome to All
- Bias Response
- Faculty & Staff
All members of the OSU-Cascades community may raise concerns about discrimination, harassment, and bullying with Erin Rook, OSU-Cascades Diversity Coordinator, or make a report directly with the Office of Equal Opportunity and Access at Oregon State University in Corvallis.
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The Office of Equal Opportunity and Access at Oregon State University offers several options for responding to bias complaints:
Informal: The process of gathering information either to help establish a suspicion of discrimination or retaliation or to attempt to resolve a disagreement without following a formal complaint process.
Formal: The process of investigating a case of alleged discrimination or retaliation and making a determination as to whether or not either has occurred and, where appropriate, providing a resolution to the complaint.
These options are available to all members of the university community; however some of the specific policies and procedures may vary based on your relationship to the university. For a detailed description of these options, please follow the relevant links below:
Filing a complaint of discrimination and harassment with the Office of Equal Opportunity and Access does not preclude you from filing with other federal or state agencies.
Non-retaliation: An individual may file a complaint alleging retaliation in accordance with university policy.