OIEC utilizes fair and unbiased processes for addressing reports of sexual misconduct, intimate partner abuse (including dating and domestic violence), stalking, protected-class discrimination or harassment, or related retaliation for students, staff, and faculty. The purpose of reporting is to ensure safety and prevent further harm, offer support resources, understand the scope of the problem, and determine options for resolution.
Even if an individual chooses not to move forward or participate in an adjudicative process (through OIEC or law enforcement), they can contact OIEC for information and assistance accessing support measures such as changes to academic, living, transportation, and working situations.
If an individual discloses alleged misconduct to a CU employee who is a mandatory reporter or what is called a “responsible employee” (any employee who has the authority to hire, promote, discipline, evaluate, grade, formally advise, or direct faculty, staff, or students), these individuals are required to inform OIEC. Learn more about who is required to report.
Any individual who encounters a barrier to equally enjoying, using, or attending a university program, service, or activity due to a disability, are asked to share their concerns with ADA Compliance. Visit the access and accessibility page for more information and to make a report.