Oct 13, 2021
Grand Valley State University is committed to creating and advancing a campus community where individuals feel empowered to raise concerns, ask for help, and be informed about options before making any decisions.
When you are ready to talk, we are ready to listen
Coordinator Open Forums to be Rescheduled
Due to scheduling issues with candidates, the open forums scheduled for tomorrow and next week have been cancelled. They will be rescheduled and we will update the campus on the new schedule as soon as possible.
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Our team works to create a safe, welcoming, and inclusive environment for all individuals who seek services through our office. We understand that your GVSU experience may be impacted, and we’re able to provide assistance through supportive measures, or campus modifications, designed to protect your safety and preserve or restore your ability to participate in GVSU’s programs and activities.
Some individuals prefer a supportive response only, others choose to request a university investigation, and some choose both. We’re here to help inform your decision and which path feels right for you.
We invite you to an informational meeting with a member of our team to discuss your options and how we may be able to assist. Neither reporting to our office nor discussing with a member of our team obligates a course of action. The choice to file a formal complaint with GVSU is yours to make.
You may also choose to make a report with the Grand Valley Police Department, and we can assist in making a connection.
If you are experiencing an emergency, contact 911.
You may also choose to report the incident to the Grand Valley Police Department by calling (616) 331-3255.
Reporting Sexual Misconduct (sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, & sexual exploitation), Harassment, and Discrimination
If you have experienced, witnessed, or been impacted by sexual misconduct (including sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, and sexual exploitation), discrimination, harassment, and/or retaliation, our office can assist in finding the options that feel right for you.
Office for Title IX & Institutional Equity
4015 James H. Zumberge Hall