We are an inclusive and supportive university.
We respect and look out for one another.
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is committed to promoting an inclusive culture and maintaining a safe and respectful campus community by taking action to prevent harassment, sexual assault and misconduct.
Shaping a culture of respect
The university promotes diversity and inclusion on campus with a wide range of specialized support, resources and events for all students.Learn more on the Diversity & Inclusion website
Standing up to discrimination and harassment
We work with the campus community in a variety of ways to contribute to a safe campus climate, including investigating allegations of illegal discrimination and harassment.Learn more on the Equity and Compliance website
Responding to student and campus reports
The Threat Assessment, Incident Management, and Prevention Services (TIPS) Incident Reporting System provides anyone in the university community who has witnessed or been the target of a bias-related incident a simple way to report it so action can be taken.Learn more or submit a report on the TIPS website
Connecting students to supporting resources
Anyone concerned about a student experiencing emotional or mental distress can contact the Behavioral Intervention Team, which serves to connect students to campus and community resources that can help.Submit a report to the Behavioral Intervention Team