The Bias Incidents Update has been published to the campus community annually since fall 2011. The purpose of this report is to increase awareness about bias behaviors in our community. The College hopes to increase transparency about bias behaviors and thus engage the community in ongoing education and response to reduce bias.
Bias Incidents by Semester
Bias Incidents by Type
|Race / Ethnicity||19||12||15||12||11||9*|
|Bias Motivated by Sex||3||2||2||2||1||2|
The fall 2021 reported data are summarized as follows:
- Twelve (12) incidents were reported through the Community Concern Form, two (2) incidents were reported by e-mail to the Office of College Life and four (4) incidents were reported directly to the Department of Public Safety.
- Seventeen (17) incidents were of race/ethnicity, gender identity, bias motivated by sex, religion or disability from students and were captured from the student body.
- Twelve (12) incidents provided enough information to identify the student responsible for the behavior.
- Two (2) incidents were resolved by an informal resolution by the Office of College Life, three(3) incidents were resolved by an administrative hearing and one (1) incident was resolved by a Student Conduct Review Board.
- Four (4) incidents were of an unknown source.
- The Department of Public Safety investigated these incidents and could not determine if it was another student, faculty, staff, or a non-community member responsible for the behavior.
- One (1) incident was reported that involved faculty or staff at the College.