At Augsburg University, your safety and well-being is our primary concern. Whether you are a survivor, witness, or are unsure of your rights or what actions can be taken, Augsburg University provides resources and information for you to make decisions about your experience.

Augsburg University provides students and employees with an online system for easy and confidential reporting of concerns, violations of the Student Conduct Code, Title IX, Discrimination and Bias, and more. Please review the reporting forms below to select the reporting form that best meets your needs. If you are unsure of which form to choose, please complete the General Concerns Reporting Form.

Remember, if you see something, say something.

 

 

 

If this is an emergency, please call 911.

Other urgent matters, please contact the Department of Public Safety for 24-hour assistance at 612-330-1717.

 


Discrimination and Bias

Augsburg University cares about the safety of its students and creating an inclusive community. All members of the Augsburg Community are subject to Augsburg University non-discrimination policies and the expectation that they will uphold Augsburg’s commitment to diversity.

Augsburg University, as affirmed in its mission, does not discriminate on the basis of of race, color, religious belief, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, familial status, genetic information, status with regard to public assistance, or citizenship in its educational policies, admissions policies, employment, scholarship and loan programs, athletic and/or school-administered programs, except in those instances where there is a bona fide occupational qualification or to comply with state or federal law. Augsburg University is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to its employees and students with disabilities.

Students, faculty and staff who have experienced any discrimination, harassment, bias or retaliation are encouraged to communicate their concerns through Augsburg’s Discrimination and Bias Reporting Form

Report discrimination or bias

For more information, contact:

Joanne Reeck
Chief Inclusion Officer
reeck@augsburg.edu
612-330-1111


Incident Reporting

This form is for reporting general incidents of misconduct – whether it has occurred on or off campus, including, but not limited to: alcohol & drug use, housing policy violations, physical assault, organizational violations, hazing, and more.

All members of the Augsburg University community are expected to act with responsibility and moral integrity. Students are subject to disciplinary sanctions for conduct which occurs on or off campus when that behavior is detrimental or disruptive to the purpose or mission of the University.

Report an incident

For more information, contact:

Mike Grewe
Assistant Dean of Students & Director, Campus Life
grewe@augsburg.edu
612-330-1499


Sexual Misconduct & Title IX

Sexual misconduct is an umbrella term that includes, but is not limited to, dating violence, domestic violence, sex-based discrimination, sexual assault, sexual harassment, sexual violence, stalking, and/or other prohibited sexual misconduct.  The University understands that definitions may overlap and will examine individual incidents where sexual misconduct is alleged.

Individuals can use this form to report any Title IX or sexual misconduct/harassment concerns, as outlined above.

Report sexual misconduct or harassment

To learn more about Augsburg’s reporting options and resources for sexual misconduct, please visit our Title IX website.

For more information, contact:

Catherine Bishop
Chief Student Success Officer | Title IX Coordinator
bishopc@augsburg.edu
612-330-1117


Students of Concern

Augsburg community members are encouraged to use this form to inform the University of students we should be aware of.  Concerning behaviors or experiences could include: financial Issues, classroom disruption, community disruption, mental health concern, suicidal ideation, attempted suicide, hospitalization, medical, family/friend, relationships.

Report a student concern

For more information, contact:

Sarah Griesse
Dean of Students
griesse@augsburg.edu
612-330-1489


Student Grievance and General Concerns

Augsburg is committed to ensuring our community  has access to clear channels of communication.  This means that creating a platform for faculty, staff, and particularly students to report concerns is essential to the well-being of the University.

Individuals may use this form to report any concerns related to Augsburg University beyond the scope of academic grade grievance.  Please see Academic Grade Grievance report for academic concerns.

Augsburg University is committed to ensuring our community feels seen and heard.  Therefore we recognize that the above forms may not include all possible reporting needs.  Please use this form to report any concerns that don’t fit with other report form types.

Report a grievance or concern

For more information, contact:

Sarah Griesse
Dean of Students
griesse@augsburg.edu
612-330-1489


Contact Information

For additional information, please reach out to the appropriate direct contact.

Catherine Bishop – Sexual Misconduct & Title IX

Chief Student Success Officer | Title IX Coordinator
bishopc@augsburg.edu
612-330-1117

Dawn Miller – Human Resources

Director, Human Resources
millerd1@augsburg.edu
612-330-1216

Joanne Reeck – Discrimination & Bias

Chief Inclusion Officer
reeck@augsburg.edu
612-330-1111

Mike Grewe – Incident Reporting

Assistant Dean of Students & Director, Campus Life
grewe@augsburg.edu
612-330-1499

Sarah Griesse – Students of Concern

Dean of Students
griesse@augsburg.edu
612-330-1489