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The Bias Impact Reporting Form is intended to provide students, staff, and faculty with a centralized way of accessing resources if they experience or witness a bias incident on campus, via social media, virtually, or at a college-affiliated event.
This process is a tool that is being used in addition to formal complaint options. The information submitted is used to identify patterns of behavior and address areas where culture is counter to the College’s values of respect, accountability, and equity. The reports will help the college to be more strategic when educating and/or preventing acts of bias in the future.
The Bias Impact Reporting Form is not an immediate response service and may take up to three (3) college business days to receive confirmation of submission. The Bias Impact Reporting Form is also not a formal complaint process. All members of the Ithaca College community are urged to promptly report any bias-related incident(s) that negatively impacts a community member or group and occurs on-campus, virtually, or at a college-affiliated event. For additional information on the College's formal complaint processes, click here.
The information you provide in this form will be forwarded to members of the Bias Impact Resource Team. Members of the Bias Impact Resource Team include:
- Sean Eversley Bradwell, Assistant Professor, Education
- Fatima Hajjat, Assistant Professor, Marketing
- Bill Kerry, Director of Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management
- Linda Koenig, Title IX Coordinator
- Luca Maurer, Director of Center for LGBTQ Education, Outreach, and Services
- Hierald Osorto, Director of Religious and Spiritual Life & Executive Director for Student Equity and Belonging
- Bonnie Prunty, Dean of Students
Bias Impact Reporting Form
Frequently Asked Questions
The information submitted is used to identify patterns of behavior and address areas where culture is counter to the College’s values of respect, accountability, and equity. The reports will help the college to be more strategic when educating and/or preventing acts of bias in the future. This is a tool that can be used in addition to formal complaint processes.
Yes, anyone can submit a form regardless of their direct involvement or lack thereof with the event. Reporting an instance of bias on behalf of another party can be an extremely useful tool in upholding Ithaca College's values of respect and equity.
After submitting the report, it will be sent to our Bias Impact Resource Team who will confirm receipt of the form within three college business days.
Yes! All reports are anonymous.