There are a number of University resources and support services included below though the quick links. We provide these for when you may encounter a challenging situation. In addition, you can always speak with your immediate faculty, chair of the program, associate dean and dean.

  • Office of Equal Opportunity, Inclusion, and Resolution Services (EOIRS)

    The EOIRS team is available to assist students, faculty, staff, and others on a variety of matters involving: discrimination incidents involving members of the SU community; sexual misconduct incidents involving members of the SU community, disability accommodations for faculty & staff; remediation of access barrier concerns; and individual and department level training and development.

  • What is Title IX?

    Title IX requires that institutions of higher education take immediate and effective steps to end sexual harassment and sexual violence on campus.
  • Report a Concern

    Syracuse University encourages students, faculty, staff, and visitors to report any concerns related to accessibility, discrimination, harassment, and sexual misconduct, so that they can be addressed quickly and appropriately.