Reporting & Resources

In the case of a life-threatening emergency, call the police and the Department of Campus Safety:

  • 911
  • 303-871-3000

We encourage you to report Bias Incidents, Harassment, Discrimination, or Gender-based Violence with our online Report Form. You may also directly call the Associate Vice Chancellor for Equal Opportunity & Title IX/Title IX Coordinator, Marti McCaleb, at 303-871-7016 to report sexual misconduct or harassment.

While we maintain your privacy, our office is not a confidential resource. Reporting within DU may initiate an investigation that may result in University actions, up to and including dismissal of the current employee or student found responsible for a policy violation. Reporting to Denver Police Department may initiate legal charges against the accused party. The results of criminal charges may include fines or jail time.

For all options, the Center for Advocacy, Prevention and Education (CAPE) can provide you with support when reporting and throughout the investigative processes.

Report to the Office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX

Report an Incident

Confidential Resources


Center for Advocacy, Prevention & Empowerment (CAPE)

CAPE supports survivor healing by providing a safe and confidential place to talk, advocacy and support for survivors of sexual assault, stalking, sexual harassment, and relationship violence. All services are confidential and free of charge.

Phone: 303-871-3853
After-Hours Hotline: 303-871-2205

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Employee Assistance Program

SupportLinc employee assistance program (EAP) is available to all benefited employees. SupportLinc offers several bilingual, confidential and professional support resources at no cost to you or your family, addressing a wide array of personal and work-related concerns, including: anxiety, depression, marriage and relationship problems, grief and loss, substance abuse, anger management, work-related pressures and stress.

Access SupportLinc services by visiting its website (username: universityofdenver) or by calling 1-888-881-LINC (5462).

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Health & Counseling Center (HCC)

HCC offers individual, group, couples, crisis, and drop-in counseling services with a trained professional. Services are confidential and fee-based and available to all students. The HCC staffs a 24-hour hotline for mental health and gender violence emergencies.

24-Hour Hotline: 303-871-2205
Daniel L. Ritchie Center 3521, 2201 E. Asbury Ave. Denver, CO 80208


Non-Confidential Resources

  • Office of Equal Opportunity & Title IX (EOIX)

    EOIX can assist with:

    • Consultation concerning issues of possible discrimination, harassment or retaliation based on sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, pregnancy, race, color, national origin, age, religion, disability, genetic information, or veteran or military status
    • Investigation of complaints, including complaints of sexual misconduct, sexual assaults, relationship violence, and stalking
    • Education focused on prevention, response, mandatory reporting training, Title IX requirements, or the impact of harassment, discrimination and violence

    Phone: 303-871-7016
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    Driscoll Center South, 2050 E. Evans Denver, CO 80210

  • Student Disability Services (SDS)

    SDS is dedicated to giving students with disabilities an equal opportunity to participate in the University's programs, courses and activities. SDS provides accommodations at no cost to any student who has a documented disability as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. Accommodations afford students equal opportunity to participate in the University's programs, courses, and activities.

    Phone: 303-871-3241
    Driscoll Center South, 2050 E. Evans Ave. Denver CO 80210

  • The Cultural Center

    The Office connects the DU community with resources, events, and information on a diverse range of resources related to Religious & Spiritual Life. This Office also provides support around religious accommodations for University employment, courses, housing/dining, and student activities.

    Phone: 303-871-4724

    The Cultural Center

  • Department of Campus Safety (DCS)

    DCS is staffed 24 hours a day, year-round by trained professionals employed to serve the University community. DCS can provide a personal escort while on campus.

    Emergency: 303-871-3000
    Non-Emergency: 303-871-2334
    Anonymous Tip Line: 303-871-3130
    2130 S. High St. Denver, CO 80208

  • Student Outreach & Support (SOS)

    Student Outreach & Support (SOS) helps students succeed by connecting students to resources, developing a plan of action to meet students' goals, and navigating challenging situations. The SOS staff creates an inclusive and welcoming environment for students to develop skills in self-awareness, self-advocacy, resilience, and navigation to maximize their educational experience.

    If you or a student you know is in need of support, submit an SOS referral.

    Community Commons, 2055 E. Evans Ave. Denver, CO 80208

  • Office of Students Rights & Responsibilities

    Student Rights & Responsibilities supports the University and Student Life Division missions by providing programs and services designed to foster a positive and safe environment for student learning. 

    To request no-contact orders, please email the office.

    Phone: 303-871-3111
    Community Commons, 2055 E. Evans Ave. Denver, CO 80208

  • Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (ODEI)

    ODEI supports faculty, academic engagement of diversity and Inclusive Excellence, and University-wide policies and practices.

    Phone: 303-871-2891
    Located in the Mary Reed Building (various offices)

  • Pride Portal

    The Pride Portal connects our LGBTQIA faculty, staff, student and alum communities with information, events, and resources.

    Phone: 303-871-7679

  • Veterans Services

    The Veterans Services staff is your primary point of contact for any military- or veteran-related issues, concerns, or questions you may have.

    Phone: 303-871-4831

Resources Beyond DU

  • Sexual Assault & Relationship Violence

    The Blue Bench

    • The Blue Bench is a comprehensive sexual assault support and prevention center working to eliminate sexual assault and diminish the impact it has on individuals, their loved ones and our community.
    • Sexual Assault Hotline: 303.322.7273

    SafeHouse Denver

    • SafeHouse provides emergency shelter and non-residential counseling and advocacy services to adults, children, and youth experiencing intimate partner violence. Spanish-speaking services.
    • 24-Hour Crisis Line/24 Horas Línea de Crisis: 303-318-9989

    1 in 6

    • 1in6 offers outreach, education and services, in person and over the web, to men who have experienced unwanted or abusive sexual behavior.
    • 24-Hour Online Helpline:

    Wings Foundation

    • Wings serves the Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Elbert, El Paso, Gilpin, Jefferson, Lincoln, and Teller Counties. It provides group support for adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse; makes referrals to qualified therapists; Spanish-speaking services*
    • Phone: 303-238-8660
      Toll Free: 800-373-8671

    Moving to End Sexual Assault (MESA)

    • MESA serves the Boulder and Broomfield Counties.
    • It provides a 24-hour hotline; individual counseling (fee based on a sliding scale) for survivors of sexual assault; medical advocacy; legal advocacy; group therapy; Spanish-speaking services*
    • 24-Hour Hotline: 303-443-7300
  • Stalking Resources

    National Stalking Resources Center

    • The Stalking Resource Center provides multiple services including: Training, Technical Assistance, a Web site, and an Information Clearinghouse.
    • 1-855-4-VICTIM (855-484-2846)
    • (Victim Connect Helpline, English and Spanish, 200 other languages available, Hearing- and speech-impaired individuals can reach the helpline using 711)

    Ignore at Your Own Risk (a resource on stalking of faculty members by students)

    • "Based on my own experience as a stalking victim, I've compiled a list of information that should be made readily available to all faculty members via courses, website resources and/or publications."
    • By Professor Anna Sher, Department of Biological Sciences at University of Denver

    Colorado Address Confidentiality Program

    • ACP is a "statewide program that provides survivors or domestic violence, sexual offenses, and/or stalking with two services: a legal substitute address for interacting with all state and local government agencies and a confidential mail forwarding service."
    • Phone: 303-866-2208
  • LGBTQ+ Resources

    The Center: Advancing LGBT Colorado

    • The Center provides programming, support, and services tailored for Colorado's gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender community. These include weekly transgender social and support programs, a Transgender speakers bureau, and ongoing educational and networking sessions throughout the year.
    • Phone: 303-733-7743

    Survivors Organizing for Liberation (SOL)

    • SOL addresses "challenges and systems of oppression facing the LGBTQ community, offering direct survivor support and training opportunities for agencies committed to our people's liberation from violence."
    • Phone: 303-839-5204
    • Hotline: 1-88-557-4441
  • Medical Resources

    Denver Health Medical Center

    • 777 Bannock Street
      Denver, CO 80204
      Main: 303-436-6000
      SANE Program: 303-602-3007
      Counties served: Denver, Adams, Arapahoe, and Jefferson Counties

    Porter Adventist Hospital

    • 2525 South Downing Street
      Denver, CO 80210
      Main: 303-778-1955
      SANE Program: 303-430-2648
      Admissions: 303-778-5745
      Counties served: Adams, Broomfield, Boulder, Denver, and Jefferson Counties
  • Disability Resources

    The Initiative: Abuse-Free Culture for All

    • The Initiative advocates for persons with disabilities who have experienced abuse, including safety planning, individual counseling, direct court support, community resource navigation, case management, crisis intervention, medical accompaniment
    • Phone: 303-839-5510

    Denver Office of Disability Rights (DODR)

    • As one of the most accessible cities, DODR is an integral division of the Agency for Human Rights & Community Partnerships. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a federal civil rights law that provides people with disabilities equal access to employment, state and local government programs, goods and services. The Denver Office of Disability Rights coordinates the City and County of Denver's efforts to ensure compliance with Titles II and III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Our role is to ensure that all City services and programs are accessible to people with disabilities. DODR also investigates complaints of alleged discrimination on the basis of disability filed locally or federally under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
    • Phone: 720-913-8485

    Disability Law Colorado

    • Disability Law Colorado is an independent public interest non-profit specializing in civil rights and discrimination issues. It protects the human, civil and legal rights of people with mental and physical disabilities, people with HIV and older people throughout Colorado. The Legal Center's primary goal is to open up the legal system to those who would otherwise be unable to voice their needs because of the complexity of the service bureaucracy, their disability or because they are unable to act on their own behalf.
    • All lines voice/TTY
    • Phone: 3037220300
      Toll Free: 800-288-1376
  • Veterans Resources

    US Dept. of Veteran's Affairs: Denver Regional Benefits Office

    • The Mission Statement of the VA is to fulfill President Lincoln's promise 'To care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan' by serving and honoring the men and women who are America's veterans.
    • Phone: 1-800-827-1000

    Colorado Division of Veterans Affairs

    • The Colorado Division of Veterans Affairs is here to assist Veterans, their dependents, and their survivors in obtaining the State and Federal benefits for which they are qualified.
    • Phone: 303-284-6077
  • Legal Resources

    Denver Police Department

    • Emergency: 911
      Non-Emergency: 720-913-2000

    Civil Restraining Orders

    • You can request a temporary restraining order if there has been harm, the threat of harm, or an act of violence. The Protection Order Courtroom is located in Denver's City and County Building.
    • 1437 Bannock Street, Courtroom 159. Phone: 720-865-7285

    ACLU Colorado

    • The ACLU of Colorado is a civil rights organization that is a private institution funded exclusively by the donations of supporters. Its mission is to protect, defend and extend the civil rights and civil liberties of all people in Colorado through litigation, education and advocacy. The legal department, with two full-time attorneys on staff, writes letters, talks to government agencies and, if necessary, files lawsuits on behalf of clients whose rights have been violated; annually it litigates 50-70 cases with the assistance of approximately 100 volunteer cooperating attorneys. At the state Capitol and at city council meetings across Colorado, the ACLU advocates for rational laws that protect people's rights and liberties. The ACLU engages and informs Coloradans through public forums on current civil liberties issues, "Know Your Rights" trainings, rallies and media events; it also works with students and young professionals who are interested in civil liberties.
    • Phone: 303-777-5482
  • Community Resources

    The Center for Trauma & Resilience

    • Culturally and linguistically responsive crisis intervention services are available to all crime victims. The Center provides an immediate response to police requests for emergency services, as well as the victim's call for help; 24-hour hotlines; advocacy; crisis counseling; support groups for trauma recovery process; therapist referral directory; elder/disability program; children, youth and families program; Mi Gente VAWA Legal Immigration Services; translation and interpreting center for more than 41 languages and dialects.
    • 24-Hour Hotline: 303-894-8000
      303-718-8289 (Spanish) (available 24/7)
      303-860-9555 (TTY) (available 24/7)
  • Government Resources

    City of Denver Anti-Discrimination Office

    • The Denver Anti-Discrimination Office enforces the Denver County Anti-Discrimination Ordinance that prohibits discrimination in employment, housing and commercial space, public accommodations, private educational institutions, and private health and welfare services. The ordinance prohibits discrimination based on age, sexual orientation, gender variance, marital status, physical or mental disability, race, color, national origin, gender, military status and religion.
    • Phone: 720-913-8458

    Colorado Civil Rights Division (CCRD)

    • CCRD is charged with enforcing the State's anti-discrimination laws in the areas of employment, housing and public accommodations. CCRD works to eliminate and prevent discrimination in these areas through investigation, education, mediation and enforcement.
    • Phone: 303-894-2997
      Hotline Español: 720-432-4294

    US Commission on Civil Rights: Rocky Mountain Regional Office

    • The Civil Rights Act of 1957 created the US Commission on Civil Rights. Established as an independent, bipartisan, fact-finding federal agency, the Commission's mission is to inform the development of national civil rights policy and enhance enforcement of federal civil rights laws. It pursues this mission by studying alleged deprivations of voting rights and alleged discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, or national origin, or in the administration of justice. It plays a role in advancing civil rights through objective and comprehensive investigation, research, and analysis on issues of fundamental concern to the federal government and the public.
    • Phone: 303-866-1040
      TTY: 303-866-1049

    US Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights (OCR),
    Region VIII Denver Regional Office

    • The mission of the US Department of Education Office for Civil Rights (OCR) is to ensure equal access to education and to promote educational excellence throughout the nation through vigorous enforcement of civil rights. The OCR serves student populations facing discrimination and the advocates and institutions promoting systemic solutions to civil rights problems. An important responsibility is resolving complaints of discrimination. Agency-initiated cases, typically called "compliance reviews", permit OCR to target resources on compliance problems that appear particularly acute. OCR also provides technical assistance to help institutions achieve voluntary compliance with the civil rights laws that OCR enforces. An important part of OCR's technical assistance is partnerships designed to develop creative approaches to preventing and addressing discrimination.
    • 303.844.5695 phone
    • 800.844.8339 TDD

    US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)

    • The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission EEOC is the federal government agency responsible for the enforcement of anti-discrimination laws related to employment. Federal laws prohibit discrimination on the basis of age, disability, race, religion, sex, national origin, equal pay, sexual harassment, pregnancy and retaliation.
    • Phone: 800-669.4000

    US Department of Justice (DOJ), Civil Rights Division, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

    • The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) prohibits discrimination and ensures equal opportunity for persons with disabilities in employment, State and local government services, public accommodations, commercial facilities, and transportation. It also mandates the establishment of TDD/telephone relay services.
    • For information and technical assistance about the Americans with Disabilities Act, specialists are available to provide ADA information and answers to technical questions on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. (Eastern time) or on Thursday from 12:30 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. (Eastern time). Calls are confidential.
    • Phone: 800-514-0301
      TTY: 800-514-0383

    US Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division

    • The Division is the program institution within the Federal Government responsible for enforcing Federal statutes prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, sex, gender preference, disability, religion, and national origin. The Division's enforcement responsibilities include enforcing anti-discrimination protections in education, employment, credit, housing, public accommodations and facilities, voting, and certain federally funded and conducted programs.
    • Please let the Civil Rights Division (Division) receptionist know if you have trouble understanding English or need help communicating with the Civil Rights Division. Ask for an interpreter or if translated material is available when you contact us. If you can, please tell us your language (or dialect).
    • Phone: 202-514-4609

Faculty & Staff Resources

  • Human Resources & Inclusive Community (HRIC)

    DU employees are critical to the University. As a result, HRIC wants to ensure that employees are given a safe and inclusive environment to work in. Please utilize the employee resources tab to navigate resources the University offers.

    Lloyd Moore, Director of Benefits
    Phone: 303-871-4284
    2199 S. University Blvd, Room 403, Denver, CO 80208

  • External Resources

    An individual who believes that he/she/they has been subjected to unlawful discrimination, harassment or retaliation has the right to file a complaint with an appropriate local, state or federal agency, such as the Department of Education Office of Civil Rights, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission or the Colorado Civil Rights Division, within the agency's applicable time limits.

    In addition, any person who is dissatisfied with the University's internal procedures utilized for handling complaints, or with the result of the investigation or the sanctions imposed, may seek redress through these means to the extent allowed by law. The Complainant should be aware that filing a complaint with the Office of Equal Opportunity & Title IX or any other University office does not extend or postpone the deadline for filing with external agencies.

    If you believe that you have been discriminated against under any of the above laws, and to ensure that you meet strict procedural timelines to preserve the ability of the EEOC to investigate your complaint and protect your right to file a private lawsuit, you should immediately contact:

    • U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
      131 M Street, NE
      Washington, DC 20507
    • or an EEOC field office by calling toll-free 1-800-669-4000. For individuals with hearing impairments, EEOC's toll-free TTY number is 1-800-669-6820.

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