Dickinson is committed to building "a supportive and inclusive community characterized by respect, equality and accountability," as outlined in its Strategic Plan III. No Dickinson College student, staff, or faculty member shall by discriminated against or be denied the benefits of any college program or activity on the basis of a characteristic protected by law or college policy.
What Constitutes a Bias Incident?
A bias incident is engaging in discriminatory behavior or expression that is based upon sex, race, ethnicity, religion, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, socio-economic status, national origin, disability, or other legally protected characteristics -- which is strictly prohibited at Dickinson.
(Please note that this form is confidential, and, in an effort to ensure cyber security,
all reports must be submitted with dickinson.edu credentials.)
Questions About Reporting Bias?
For answers to questions about reporting bias and the process for follow-up, see our BERT FAQ's page.
You are also welcome to email any questions you may have to either of the following people: