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The Office for Institutional Equity addresses and investigates matters involving discrimination, discriminatory harassment and sexual misconduct on behalf of the university when a complaint is filed against a student, faculty member, staff member or third party.  Reports may be made by any person who has experienced such conduct, while participating in a university program or activity or in related interactions with members of the university community.

The university prohibits retaliation. If you believe you are or have been retaliated against because you reported, provided information or participated in an investigation related to  discrimination, discriminatory harassment or sexual misconduct, contact OIE.

Discrimination and Discriminatory Harassment

Report to the University
If you or someone you know has experienced discrimination or discriminatory harassment and would like to file a complaint with the university, please contact the Office for Institutional Equity or complete the online reporting form. A report can also be made with the Compliance Hotline.

Anonymous Reporting
Any person can make an anonymous report without disclosing their name by using our online reporting form.

Report to Law Enforcement  
An individual who has experienced, witnessed or learned of possible criminal conduct should contact law enforcement directly by calling:

  • 911 (for emergencies) 
  • The University of Michigan-Flint Department of Public Safety (DPS), 103 Hubbard Building, 602 Mill Street, 810-762-3333 (Non-emergency number)
  • Flint Police Department, 810-237-6800
  • Genesee County Sheriff Department, 810-257-3407

Discrimination and Discriminatory Harassment Process Information

For student-to-student discrimination complaints, please contact the Office for Institutional Equity.

Sexual and Gender-Based Misconduct

The University of Michigan-Flint is committed to preventing sexual and gender-based misconduct and offering support to those who have been harmed. Sexual assault, harassment, discrimination and all forms of sexual and gender-based misconduct have no place at the University of Michigan or the University of Michigan-Flint.

It’s up to each of us to create a healthy and safe campus; to support those who come forward; and to participate in prevention programs. Together we can cultivate a culture of respect and build a safe, respectful, inclusive and equitable learning and work environment.

Report to the University
If you or someone you know has experienced sexual misconduct and would like to file a complaint with the university, please contact the Office for Institutional Equity or complete the online reporting form. A report can also be made with the Compliance Hotline.

Additional ways to report:

  • Report to Individuals with Reporting Obligations (IROs) — Individuals identified by the University who are obligated to report to OIE. For more information concerning IROs or to see a list of IROs and a description of their obligations, see Section VII of the Interim Sexual and Gender-Based Misconduct Policy.
  • Anonymous Reporting — Any person (excluding IROs) can make an anonymous report without disclosing their name by using our online reporting form.

Report to Law Enforcement  
An individual who has experienced, witnessed or learned of possible criminal conduct should contact law enforcement directly by calling:

  • 911 (for emergencies) 
  • The University of Michigan-Flint Department of Public Safety (DPS), 103 Hubbard Building, 602 Mill Street, 810-762-3333 (Non-emergency number)
  • Flint Police Department, 810-237-6800
  • Genesee County Sheriff Department, 810-257-3407

The Investigation Process Flowchart

  • Student Prohibited Conduct Investigation
  • Employee and Third Party Prohibited Conduct Investigation