Have you experienced bias?

Have you experienced bias as a UW student, staff, or faculty member?

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A bias incident is an event with any form of discrimination, microaggression, or harassment against a member of the university community based on perception of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, citizenship, sex, pregnancy, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, disability or veteran status.

If you have experienced a bias incident, we encourage you to meet with a Bias Navigator at the Department of Medicine to discuss the situation and receive safe, confidential support. Please consider filing a report with UW Medicine and/or the University of Washington.

To meet with a Bias Navigator, go here.

To file a bias report with UW Medicine, go here.

To file a bias report with the University of Washington, go here.

NOTE: Bias reporting tools are for NON-EMERGENCY incidents. If your safety is at risk, you are witnessing violence or perceive imminent harm to yourself or others, call 911. If your experience includes sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, and/or relationship violence, contact UW SafeCampus. SafeCampus is available Monday-Friday from 8 AM - 5 PM. For UW students that need crisis assistance outside of those hours, contact HuskyHelpLine.