Hate- Or Bias-Motivated Incident Online Report Form

Report Hate- or Bias-Motivated Incidents Here

To All Members of the UCSC Campus Community:
If you believe you have witnessed, or that you have been a target of, a hate-or-bias motivated incident on campus or while participating in a University-sponsored activity, you may bring the incident to the attention of the Hate-Bias Response Team.

A copy of the campus Hate/Bias Incident Policy can be found in the UCSC Student Policies and Regulations Handbook, and is located on the web at: www.deanofstudents.ucsc.edu/student-conduct/student-handbook.html.

Please describe the incident as specifically as you can. Include date, time, and location. If you do not know the identity of the person(s) who initiated the incident, provide as accurate a physical description as possible, or the names of any witnesses involved.

Should you choose to report anonymously, please note that the Hate-Bias Response Team will not be able to take action. This does not mean that your report goes unnoticed, but rather is documented should any further reports come in regarding a similar incident. It is your right to remain anonymous and the Hate-Bias Team understands the need for anonymity.

For Students:

The Assistant Dean of Students (ADOS) is available to provide support to members of the UCSC community. The ADOS serves as an ally to, and referral source for, those students who have been targeted or who have witnessed a hate or bias-motivated incident.

The Assistant Dean of Students is available to assist you with any questions you may have about your options, advice and/or referrals. You are not obligated to use your name. However, should you want the Assistant Dean of Students to investigate; your name will be needed.

College Administrative Officer (CAO) is available to provide support to members of the UCSC community affiliated with their colleges. The CAO serves as an ally to, and referral source for, those students who have been targeted or who have witnessed a hate or bias motivated incident. 

For Staff Employees:
The Associate Chancellor is available to provide support and assist staff members with any questions you may have about your options, advice and/or referrals. The Associate Chancellor serves as an ally to, and referral source for staff members who have been targeted or who have witnessed a hate or bias-motivated incident.

For Academic Employees:
The Vice Provost for Academic Affairs is available to provide support and assist faculty with any questions you may have about your options, advice and/or referrals. The Vice Provost serves as an ally to, and referral source for faculty members who have been targeted or who have witnessed a hate- or bias-motivated incident.

Report Hate Online Here

To submit hard-copy form, please email to: reporthate@ucsc.edu
Hard-copy form is found here.