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Civil Rights Discrimination

The following resources provide prevention, resolution and supportive services to address discrimination, harassment and other campus climate issues.

Confidential Student Resources

Confidential resources to help you understand your rights and options.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Free, confidential services for U-M students. 24-hour line: (734) 764-8312.

Office of the Ombuds
Free, confidential advice and resources for U-M students. (734) 763-3545.

Graduate Student and Program Consultation Services (GSPCS)
Advises students, faculty, postdoctoral fellows and staff on matters related to emergencies, crisis situations, disputes and Academic Misconduct, in addition to oversight for the Advocate Mental Health and Well-Being program. GSPCS also provides Resolution Services including Conflict Resolution and Student Grievances. All can expect confidentiality in a safe environment. (734) 764-4400.

Confidential Faculty & Staff Resources

Confidential resources to help you understand your rights and options.

Faculty and Staff Counseling and Consultation Office (FASCCO)
For staff, faculty and their immediate family members; provides short-term counseling, personalized coaching and educational presentations. (734) 936-8660

Michigan Medicine Office of Counseling and Workplace Resilience
The Michigan Medicine Office of Counseling and Workplace Resilience provides 24-hour, no cost, confidential counseling, crisis intervention and referrals for Michigan Medicine faculty, staff and immediate family members. (734) 763-5409.

Faculty Ombuds
A confidential, impartial, informal and independent resource for information or conflict management for faculty. (734) 763-2707

Staff Ombuds
For staff on the Ann Arbor campus and in Michigan Medicine. (734) 936-0600.

Mediation Services for Faculty and Staff
Provides an off-the-record listening opportunity for concerns or disputes related to your work at the university. (734) 615-4789

Graduate Student and Program Consultation Services (GSPCS)
Advises students, faculty, postdoctoral fellows and staff on matters related to emergencies, crisis situations, disputes and Academic Misconduct, in addition to oversight for the Advocate Mental Health and Well-Being program. GSPCS also provides Resolution Services including Conflict Resolution and Student Grievances. (734) 764-4400.

Other Campus Resources

Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (ODEI)
The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (ODEI) leads and supports university-wide initiatives focused on the recruitment of a diverse faculty, staff and student body, while fostering an inclusive and equitable community at the University of Michigan. ODEI also engages surrounding communities in mission-focused, mutually beneficial partnerships. The vision of the office is to envision a diverse university where all thrive and excel.

Office for Health Equity and Inclusion (OHEI)
The Office for Health Equity and Inclusion develops mechanisms for inclusion, diversity and cultural sensitivity among faculty, students and staff at Michigan Medicine. OHEI advances clinical care for underserved patient populations through research and education.

Office of Student Conflict Resolution (OSCR)
The Office of Student Conflict Resolution provides a variety of programs and services designed to support a safe, just and peaceful community, and to help Michigan students learn how to manage and resolve conflict peacefully. (734) 936-6308

Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs Office
Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs Office strives to improve the intercultural competence of students by creating opportunities for meaningful cross-cultural interactions and learning. Also fosters students’ sense of belonging and community at the University of Michigan. (734) 763-9044

Student Veterans Assistance Program
The mission of the Student Veterans Assistance Program at the University of Michigan is to assist veterans, guardsmen, reservists and others receiving US military benefits in making a successful transition into the U-M community. (734) 764-6413

Women of Color Task Force
Women of Color Task Force provides professional development opportunities for employees and serves as a forum for the exchange of information about the status of women of color at the university and as a focal point for action necessary to the resolution of concerns. (734) 764-6005

Collective Bargaining Agreements
Employees covered by collective bargaining agreements may have additional resources available to them.