How to Report

In the case of an immediate threat or emergency, call Public Safety at 610.660.1111 or activate a blue light or red emergency call phone on campus, or call local law enforcement at 9-1-1.

For non-emergency incidents of bias or discrimination, to share additional information about a previously-reported incident, or to make a third-party report of bias or discrimination, use the Bias Incident Reporting Form, email, or contact:

Office for Inclusion and Diversity
(vacant), Assistant Provost for Inclusion and Diversity

Title IX/Bias Response Coordinator
Mary-Elaine Perry
610.660.1045 |

EEO Officer
Sharon Eisenmann, Vice President for Human Resources
610.660.3336 |

Office of Public Safety and Security
Arthur Grover, Director of Public Safety and Security
610.660.1164 |

Office of Residence Life
Jessica Moran-Buckridge, Director of Residence Life
610.660.1063 |

What Happens When You Report

Information about bias incidents will be sent to the Director of Public Safety and the Title IX/Bias Response Coordinator. One of these individuals (or a designee) will contact the person making the report within two business days. Any personal information obtained during the course of an investigation of and response to a hate crime or bias incident will be handled with discretion.

To make an anonymous report, use the online Bias Incident Reporting Form. (Please be aware that anonymity may affect the University’s capacity to investigate, respond to, or follow up regarding reports of bias.)

University personnel will evaluate the report to decide next steps (e.g., determine whether there is a known individual or group target, known or unknown respondents, threats to safety, and incident type). Next steps will include provision of resources to affected individuals or groups and may also include referral to the Office of Community Standards, Human Resources, or the Provost’s Office, communication with campus or beyond, and campus programs and trainings.