Bias, Hate or Intolerance Incident/Other Climate Issue

Anyone can report bias, hate, harassment, discrimination, or retaliation online to: 

Both of these reporting portals accept anonymous reports, if that is your preference.

Bias and hate incidents generally are conduct that targets or disparages people or groups based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, religion, ethnicity, national origin, gender, gender identify, age, disability, sexual orientation, or other protected characteristics or categories. 

Hate crimes are defined by the California Attorney General as crime against a person, group, or property motivated by the victim's real or perceived protected social group, who explains that "you may be the victim of a hate crime if you have been targeted because of your actual or perceived: (1) disability, (2) gender, (3) nationality, (4) race or ethnicity, (5) religion, (6) sexual orientation, and (7) association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.  Hate crimes are serious crimes that may result in imprisonment or jail time."

Climate Reports: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Office also provides a campus climate report form for reporting behavior that does not constitute discrimination or harassment or abusive conduct, but negatively affects a healthy, inclusive campus climate and does not adhere to our UCR Principles of Community. Such behavior may include microaggressions and other forms of conduct inconsistent with our campus commitment to social and academic justice, diversity, equity, and inclusivity.