Including Sexual Misconduct and Barriers to Accessibility
You may report an allegation of discrimination, including sexual misconduct, directly to OEA. You do not need to first discuss an incident with a supervisor, manager, dean or department or anyone else prior to accessing any of the reporting options below.
Reporting Allegations of Discrimination
Click on either of the links below to report an issue related to discrimination. For more information on the University policy that addresses discrimination, click here.
Reporting Allegations of Sexual Misconduct
Sex and/or Gender- based Discrimination
If you are in immediate danger contact University Police at 333 from a campus phone or 631-632-3333 from a non-campus phone. If you are not on campus, contact 911 for your local police. Please visit Sexual Misconduct Resource website and click "Call Now" on the top right corner to check the phone numbers. If you are not in immediate danger, you may submit your report online by clicking the links below:
Reporting an Accessibility Barrier
You may report accessibility-related physical or digital barriers to our office for review and help create a more accessible community.
The University takes all allegations of discrimination, including sexual misconduct, seriously. OEA is a neutral fact-finding office charged with conducting an equitable investigation of alleged incidents of discrimination.
Looking for the ReportIt. or another training program? As part of the University's commitment to prevention of gender discrimination and sexual misconduct, online and in-person programs are available for student, faculty and staff.
More Information on Training, Prevention and Awareness Programming