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Report an Incident

The Dean of Students Office coordinates the response to a variety of incidents across the campus. Below are three reporting forms developed to encourage the reporting of incidents. These incidents or behaviors may be severe, or a general nuisance, but we want to know what is happening, both for tracking trends, and responding in a way that supports the safe, involved and learning community UW-Green Bay campuses are known for. By reporting an incident, you are making your UWGB a better, more caring and supportive place to study, live and work. Thank you in advance for your effort.

Bias Incidents or Hate Crimes

The purpose of this form is to report to the university incidents motivated by bias or hatred which occur on and off the UWGB campuses (Green Bay, Manitowoc, Marinette, Sheboygan) in an effort to record, respond and prevent future behaviors. Examples may include but are not limited to the use of degrading language or slurs, spoken or written, or degrading behavior directed at women, men, gays, lesbians, individuals with visible or hidden disabilities or language or behavior that is racist, anti-Semitic, etc. Incidents that rise to the level of a crime should also be reported to University Police (920-465-2300) or your local police agency. This form does not substitute for reporting violations pursuant to existing policies regarding sexual harassment, or discrimination. Following the submission of the form you will be contacted by a Bias Incident Response Team (BIRT) member and have the opportunity to discuss the incident.

Students of Concern

Life happens while you are busy being a student. Some of the twists and turns along the college path take students to a dark place. Others just get lost. The Behavioral Intervention Team reaches out to help students when they need help the most. By completing this form it is an opportunity to offer a student help so they can get back on the path that brought them to the UWGB campuses, the path to a degree. Help a student the way you would want to be helped. By knowledgeable, caring and respectful professionals dedicated to helping students achieve their dreams.

General Incidents

Sometimes you see or hear of something and you think to yourself, “Someone should do something about that”. Now is your chance to do something. It may not be urgent or a matter of life or death, but little things make a difference. So tell us about behavioral issues that you believe should be addressed by filling out this form. Because if we don’t know about it, we can’t fix it. Thanks for your help.