Stetson University

Campus Life and Student Success


Report Unequal Treatment

As a Stetson University student, you have a responsibility to take an active role in fostering a sense of community and sending the message that mistreatment of others and insensitivity within our campus will not be tolerated. Students who feel they have been the target of bias (or who have witnessed a bias-related behavior) may report the incident online, contact the Office of Community Standards, contact the vice president for student affairs and dean of students and/or contact Public Safety. The resource list below provides other contact information).

Thank you for taking a step toward creating a more inclusive community.

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What Happens After I Make a Report?

All reports are taken seriously. When you make a report, the on-call crisis team will assess the situation to determine if we need to respond immediately. The more information that is provided in the initial report, the better we can assess and investigate the allegations and identify those involved.


Zero Tolerance

Stetson University seeks to provide all students with a safe and secure learning environment that is free of crime and/or policy violations motivated by discrimination, sexual and bias-related harassment and other violations of rights.

Stetson University supports a zero tolerance policy against discrimination by any agent or organization of Stetson University for reasons of age, creed, ethnic or national origin, gender, disability, marital status, political or social affiliation, race, religion, sexual orientation or gender identity and gender expression.

The Code of Community Standards has the university's official policies and descriptions on sexual assault, harassment, hate/bias, hazing, etc.

Mandated Reporters

Anyone can file an Incident Report by going to

Resident assistants (R.A.'s) and members of the Campus Life and Student Success on-call crisis team are mandated reporters. A mandated reporter is a staff member who is required as part of their role to report incidents. Federal law requires these staff members, who are also known as campus security authorities (C.S.A.'s), to report information.

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