Discrimination and Bias Incident Reporting

Augsburg University strives to create a welcoming and inclusive environment for all students, staff, faculty, and guests. However, like any community, there are times when inappropriate, hurtful, and/or harmful incidents take place. Please let us know if you, someone you know, or a group within our campus community, has experienced bias, discrimination, and/or hostility. Augsburg University takes incidents based on race, color, religious belief, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or  expression, marital status, familial status, genetic information, status with regard to public assistance, or citizenship in its educational policies, admissions policies, employment, scholarship and loan programs, athletic and/or school-administered programs very seriously and is ready and willing to provide support, and address bias and discrimination within our community.

To report discrimination or a bias-incident please use the following link to connect to our online reporting form. If you would like more details on the reporting process and the reporting options you have, click here.
Discrimination and Bias-Incident Online Reporting Form

Lisa Stock, Director of Human Resources, and Sarah Griesse, Dean of Students, are the campus contacts for discrimination and bias incident reporting.

Lisa Stock can be reached at stock@augsburg.edu , 612-330-1783, or in her office, Memorial Hall 19
Sarah Griesse can be reached at griesse@augsburg.edu , 612-330-1489, or in her office, Memorial Hall 118

This online reporting form is just one way to report discrimination and/or bias-incidents. Many Augsburg University offices and staff members are willing to assist you and provide support. In order to report an incident, you may call, email, or stop by an office in person. You may also ask for a referral to be directed to an appropriate support/resource area.

Please Note: For instances of sexual harassment and/or sexual violence, please contact The Aurora Center located on the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities campus at 612/626-2929 (24-Hour Help Line: 612/626-9111) or aurora@umn.edu and/or the Minneapolis Police Department at 911.