Resources for Conflict Resolution
Below is a list of resources, both confidential and non-confidential, for conflict resolution.
Contains information about University of Minnesota policy regarding climate and many resources for conflict resolution.
Contact the EOAA if you feel that a University employee is:
- Discriminating against you or harassing you based on a protected identity or
- Retaliating against you for reporting concerns about discrimination or harassment based on a protected identity.
Note: This is not confidential.
For students to report a violation of the Student Conduct Code.
For student workers to confidentially report workspace-related challenges.
Offers informal, confidential conflict resolution services to resolve students' University-based problems and concerns.
Confidential, professional consultation and referral services to address any personal or work concern that may be affecting your wellbeing.
For reporting bias incidents occurring on the Twin Cities campus. The BRRN work to respond to incidents in ways that support those most impacted, promote education and dialogue, and affirm the University's commitment to equity and diversity, free speech, and academic freedom.
They will maintain a reporter’s confidentiality whenever possible, given the University’s responsibility for supporting a safe and nondiscriminatory working and learning environment.
Provides consultations to answer questions and connect people to appropriate resources.
Provides a free and confidential space for victims, survivors, and concerned people of sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking, and sexual harassment.