Message from Chancellor Black
Campus Climate Change Organization
Achievements and Reports
At the University of Minnesota Duluth, fostering a climate of safety and respect is a critical campus priority. As a community – students, faculty, staff – we can only achieve our best in a campus environment that is safe, civil and inclusive.
Incidents that undermine and damage a safe, respectful and diverse campus climate should be reported. Definitions of EOAA Terms and Types of Discrimination and Incidents. Whether you are a victim or observer, your report will assist us in assessing our campus climate.
UMD has a Campus Climate Response Team (CCRT) that addresses issues that require a response in addition to the established procedures. The CCRT also monitors issues and trends in order to address and improve the campus climate.
If you have witnessed incidents that detract from a safe and respectful campus climate, your report can be anonymous. Incidents might include graffiti or words on clothing that reflect racial or gender bias, inappropriate statements or confrontations in classrooms that are not addressed by the instructor, intentional isolation of persons from underrepresented populations, offensive language used on UMD-affiliated social network sites, racial discrimination by other students, or UMD employees, etc.
Office of Equal Opportunity
Office of Cultural Diversity
Health Services (Medical, Counseling)
Office of Student Conduct
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Program for Aid to Victims of Sexual Assault (PAVSA) 218-726-1931
St. Luke’s Hospital 218-249-5555
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UMD Health Services 218-726-8155