Reporting Options

If you, or someone you know, has experienced an act of hate, please report it and get support. Reporting hateful acts enables us to track incidents, observe patterns, and take corrective steps. In addition to the online reporting mechanism, UMass has several methods through which you can report a hateful act that we have compiled here. If you are not sure which to use, just choose the method or form that you are most comfortable with.

Download the Incident Reporting Poster

Emergencies & Immediate Care

Emergencies: Call 911 or (413) 545-3111

Center for Counseling and Psychological Health: (413) 545-2337

24/7 Sexual Assault Hotline: (413) 545-0800

Employee Counseling and Consultation Office: (413) 545-0350

University Health Services: (413) 545-5000

UMPD: (413) 545-2121

Campus Reporting Resources for Non-Immediate Care

Office of Equal Opportunity and Access
EOA administers the UMass policy against discrimination, harassment, and related inter-personal violence.

Title IX
Title IX oversees policy and processes prohibiting gender-based discrimination.

Office of Equity and Inclusion
OEI guides UMass efforts related to diversity, equity, & inclusion, and handles climate incident reports.

OMBUDS provides resolution services for conflicts and concerns. Confidential appointments available by phone, videoconference, or in person.

Dean of Students Office
DOSO manages student conduct violations and responds to individual student needs and concerns.

Student Support Request/Referral
Students who have experienced or witness bias activity may seek support and/or be referred to the Dean of Students Office via the Student Support Request/Referral online form.

Anonymous Reporting

Anonymous Tip Line
UMPD operates an Anonymous Tip Line to allow you to anonymously and confidentially report security and safety related concerns and to provide UMPD with tips about criminal incidents or suspicious activities.

Anonymous Witness Form
If you see or hear something that you think we should know, please report it. You may either use the Anonymous Witness Form or call UMPD at (413) 545-2121.