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Report Discrimination or Harassment

Protected Class Discrimination/Harassment and Retaliation

This form allows any person who has information about conduct that could be discrimination or harassment based on a protected characteristic to make a report or, if appropriate, file a complaint with the University’s Office of Civil Rights and Investigations (OCRI). Protected characteristics include race, color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy and related conditions, parenting status, disability, age, and military/veteran status. Individuals may also use this form to make a report or complaint of retaliation for engaging in a protected process. Protected processes include reporting a perceived wrongdoing, inequity, or violation of law or UI policy, filing a complaint alleging illegal or prohibited discrimination, participating in a grievance or appeals procedure, or participating in a dispute resolution through Human Resources or the Office of the Ombuds.

If your concerns pose an imminent risk or threat to the health or safety of any person in the university community, including yourself, you should immediately contact Campus Security at 208-885-SAFE (7233) and local law enforcement (911) before completing this form.

If your concern does not meet any of the defined criteria, please consider the following reporting options:

If you wish to speak with someone confidentially about this incident and your reporting options before making your report, please directly contact one of the following resources:

You can also contact OCRI with questions about the consequences of submitting this form, for help deciding whether your concerns involve discrimination or retaliation, or for assistance completing this form. You can contact OCRI at 208-885-4285 or

External Reporting Options

The university is committed to addressing complaints timely and effectively in compliance with its policies and related laws. However, you may also have the right to file complaints external to the University of Idaho if you believe that the University’s procedures have not adequately addressed your concerns. The agencies identified below may be able to assist you further:

Office for Civil Rights
Seattle Office
Phone: 206-607-1600

Idaho Human Rights Commission
Phone: 208-334-2873
Toll Free: 888-249-7025

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Seattle Field Office
Phone: 800-669-4000
TTY: 800-669-6820
ASL Video Phone: 844-234-5122

Contact Us

Physical Address:
530 S Asbury Street, Suite 5
Moscow, ID 83843

Mailing Address:
530 S Asbury Street, Suite 5
Moscow, ID 83843

Phone: 208-885-4285