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Click here to report an act of bias

If you have been impacted by an act of bias at SU, click the link above to report it. It’s quick, easy, and can be anonymous. We just need to know where, when, what, and your role, although as much info as possible is appreciated. Your report will help us better understand and improve the campus environment for all.

For consultation, support, and referrals, contact the Office of Student Assistance at 315-443-4357.

You can get additional help from these offices. Any of these offices will help you; just contact the one with which you feel most comfortable.

For more information on crisis help, click here.

Connecting students to campus life

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As an institution of higher education, Syracuse University fosters learning and growth. It seeks to provide all students with a safe and secure learning environment that is free of crime and/or policy violations motivated by discrimination, sexual and bias-related harassment, and other violations of rights. The Division of Student Affairs recognizes and values the similarities and differences among students and recognized student organizations at Syracuse University. Discrimination, sexual and bias-related harassment, and other violations of rights disrupt the educational process and will not be tolerated.

Click here to learn more about your rights and responsibilities regarding bias, and how to report it.

Who Are You? Postcard Project

 Periodically, we collect anonymous statements from students, faculty and staff answering the question, “Who are you?” This video is a sample of the submissions from our 2013-2014 project. Join the project and tell us who you are.

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Your Stories About Bias

Click here to read to the rest of the stories from our 'I stand against bias' posters.

What is bias?

To stop bias, you have to be able to spot it.

Click here to learn more.

NY Hate Crimes Act

For information about the New York State Hate Crimes Act of 2000 please click here.

Who are you?

Who are you form

Find out more about this effort on the SU News website

Click here to tell us who you are.

Open your mind


One of the best ways to stop bias is to open your mind. Click here to learn more about programs that can help you connect to, and understand others.

About STOP Bias

STOP Bias is a University-wide collective effort based in the Inclusion, Community, and Citizenship portfolio of the Division of Student Affairs. The "STOP" in "STOP Bias" reflects the important steps in eliminating acts of bias in our community: Spot it. Talk about it. Open your mind. Prevent it.

Click here to learn more.

The Race Card Projectâ„¢ at Syracuse University

How would YOU distill your thoughts, experiences or observations about race and cultural identity into just ONE SENTENCE that has only SIX WORDS? Tell us YOUR Six Word story: Click here. Michele Norris, special correspondent for NPR and the originator of The Race Card Project™, was the keynote speaker at the January 18, 2015 Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration.