Staff in the following offices work within the Yale community to promote respect, inclusivity, diversity, and equal opportunity, and are available to talk through situations you have witnessed or experienced, as well as provide guidance. When you have concerns or questions, you have a wide range of choices for support. You can reach out to a Discrimination and Harassment Resource Coordinator or can talk with others, such as a residential college dean, dean of student affairs, or the Office of Institutional Equity and Accessibility.
If you’d like to talk with someone about sex- or gender- based discrimination including sexual misconduct, you can reach out directly to a Deputy Title IX Coordinator. The Title IX Office website is also a helpful resource for additional questions or concerns about sex- or gender- based discrimination.
When consulted in their professional capacities, SHARE counselors, healthcare providers, and chaplains will not reveal any information you share without your explicit permission except in circumstances where there is an ongoing threat to your or another person’s health and safety.