Non-Discrimination, Diversity & Inclusion at UMD: Resources for Students
The University of Maryland is committed to creating a campus environment that is not only diverse, but truly inclusive. This means that the perspectives, contributions, and lives of all students are valued equally and that this is reflected not just in what we say, but in the ways that all students experience this University on a daily basis.
There are a variety of offices, resources and initiatives working to promote more equitable, inclusive and respectful learning and living environments throughout the University, as well as policies and procedures to ensure that every student can learn and live in an environment free from all forms of discrimination and harassment, and effectively address these issues when they occur.
It is important for you to be aware of the resources available to you on campus. Please review the following link https://go.umd.edu/i6h to learn more about campus resources related to non-discrimination, diversity and inclusion at the University of Maryland.
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Prompt reporting is encouraged. Persons may report allegations of sexual misconduct at any time, and are encouraged to report promptly in order to maximize the University’s ability to obtain evidence, identify potential witnesses and conduct a thorough, prompt, and impartial investigation.
UMD Office of Sexual Misconduct & Relationship Violence (Title IX Office)
UMD Resident Student Life – Office of Rights & Responsibilities
UMD Office of Student Conduct
Reporting Obligations of Responsible University Employees
Federal law and UMD Policy requires that the Title IX Officer receive notice of all reports of sexual misconduct. This means that all disclosures of different types of sexual misconduct shared with a "Responsible University Employee," must be reported to the Title IX Office.
A responsible employee includes all University administrators, supervisors, faculty members, law enforcement, coaches, trainers, and resident assistants. It also includes individuals who are perceived as having the authority or duty to take action or to report sexual misconduct to the University. A Responsible University Employee who receives a report of sexual misconduct must promptly notify the Title IX Officer of the report.
The Title IX Officer will work collaboratively with the reporting entity, and operates with discretion to maintain the privacy of all persons involved.
CARE to Stop Violence
Your well-being and healing is our priority. CARE keeps information private and confidential. You can tell us as much or as little as you want to; you can even be anonymous.
- UMD Health Center: 301.314.2222
- CARE 24 hour Resource Line/Text: 301.741.3442
If you are interested in speaking individually with a counselor or arranging for a safe and supportive facilitated discussion for your group, please call the Counseling Center.
Mental Health Center
There are times when students struggle and we can help if you are seeking support.
Faculty Staff Assistance
Prince George's County
MCASA Sexual Assault Legal Institute (SALI)
Maryland Coalition Against Domestic Violence