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Supportive Measures

Supportive measures are individualized services, accommodations or other assistance the University puts in place to allow individuals to safely participate in campus life and to continue with their studies or work.

Supportive measures that are reasonable and appropriate may be considered and implemented at any time without fee or charge. These measures are not disciplinary and may not unreasonably burden another party. A few examples of supportive measures are:

  • Course-related extensions and adjustments
  • University-issued and enforced Mutual Contact Restrictions (MCR)
  • Work and/or course schedule adjustments
  • Changes in housing, seating, or work locations
  • Leaves of absence
  • Increased monitoring of certain areas of the campus

Our equity specialists work with students, faculty, and staff to ensure that supportive measures are tailored to meet each individual’s unique needs. If you have questions about supportive measures, do not hesitate to contact ECRT for additional information.

It is important to know that you do not have to file a formal complaint, participate in an investigative process, or make a report to a law enforcement agency to receive supportive measures.

PLEASE NOTE: Equity specialists are not confidential resources. We recognize the information shared during an ECRT process is sensitive and information is only shared when necessary and appropriate according to university policy. If you prefer to speak with a confidential resource, please check our filtered resource guide.