The University encourages all members of our community to report all incidents of discrimination and/or harassment. If you feel that you have been subjected to discrimination and/or harassment or have observed discrimination or harassment of others, you have many options, including consulting with a Confidential Resource or filing a formal complaint. The University recognizes that deciding among these options can be difficult.
Individuals are encouraged to seek assistance from a Confidential Resource before deciding how to proceed. The University’s Ombuds office can provide confidential advice regarding issues of discrimination and/or harassment, and information about your options. Please contact the Ombuds Officer to confidentially discuss any concerns or complaints.
Wokie Nwabueze, Ombuds Officer
179 Nassau Street - Suite D
Princeton, NJ 08544
If you believe that you have been subjected to discrimination and/or harassment or have observed discrimination and/or harassment of others and desire to make a make a formal complaint, you are encouraged to contact the Director for Institutional Equity in the Office of the Vice Provost for Institutional Equity and Diversity. You can read more about how complaints are handled according to the University’s Policy on Discrimination and/or Harassment.
You may also submit a written complaint to the Office of the Vice Provost using this complaint form.
If you would like to report a criminal incident to the police, you are encouraged to contact law enforcement.
Princeton Municipal Police
911 or 609-921-2100
Princeton University Department of Public Safety
If you would like to make an anonymous complaint, you can use the EthicsPoint hotline. The ability of the University to follow-up on anonymous complaints may be limited.