The needs of those who have experienced an incident of bias may vary from person to person and may evolve over time. The University, greater Indianapolis community, and national organizations offer services and resources to support those impacted by incidents of bias with varying levels of confidentiality. It is important to note for reports of sexual misconduct, most employees are considered Responsible Employees and are required to report the names and all details of any incident of sexual misconduct that has been brought to their attention to the Title IX Coordinator or designated Deputy Title IX Coordinators for further investigation.

These University resources are able to maintain confidentiality and, under most circumstances, are not required to provide information without your consent.

Counseling and Consultation Services
Butler Health and Recreation Complex (HRC) Room 120
Phone: 317-940-9385

The Center for Faith and Vocation
Blue House–Sunset Avenue
Phone: 317-940-8252
Email Daniel Meyers, Director of the Center for Faith and Vocation

Health Services
Butler Health and Recreation Complex (HRC) Room 110
Phone: 317-940-9385
Appointments can be made on an online patient portal 24/7, or by calling or appearing in person during office hours; students can schedule in advance online, but can also be seen during the same day if necessary.

When certain crimes are reported, these University resources may need to report limited information such as nature of crime, date, time, and location. For more information as to who may need to report, please see information concerning Campus Security Authorities.

Efroymson Diversity Center
Atherton Union Room 004
Phone: 317-940-6570

Office of International Student Services
Atherton Union Room 004
Phone: 317-940-9888

Student Disability Services
Jordan Hall Room 136
Phone: 317-940-9308
Email Michele Atterson, Director of Student Disability Services

Dean of Students
Atherton Union Room 311
Phone: 317-940-9470
Email Martha Dziwlik, Dean of Students

  • Anti-Defamation League: Works to protect Jewish people and secure justice and fair treatment to all.
  • Color of Change: The nation’s largest online racial justice organization. They help people respond effectively to injustice in the world and move decision makers in corporations and government to create a more human and less hostile world for Black people in America.
  • Center for Interfaith Coop: Works to strengthen the community in central Indiana by helping people learn more about others whose faith traditions and religious beliefs are different from their own.
  • Human Rights Campaign: Advocates for LGBTQ equality and educates the public about LGBTQ issues. By inspiring and engaging individuals and communities, HRC strives to end discrimination against LGBTQ people and realize a world that achieves fundamental fairness and equality for all.
  • Indiana Alliance against Hate: Works to reduce the occurrence and combat the consequences of hate crimes and hate-based incidents occurring in Indiana.
  • Indiana Transgender Network: Works to make it easier for transgender and gender diverse people living in Indiana to find counselors, support groups, advocacy organizations, medical resources, and legal information.
  • Indiana Undocumented Youth Alliance: A non-profit agency committed to empowering undocumented youth to achieve high levels of education, influence public policy, and overall improve the quality of life of undocumented communities in the state of Indiana.
  • Indy Pride: Works to unite and serve the LGBTQ+ community of Central Indiana through leadership development, educational programs, and community events which achieve inclusivity, equality, strong community connections, and awareness of LGBTQ+ issues.
  • Muslim Alliance of Indiana: Works towards creating better communities where Muslim Hoosiers can find a voice their own. Believe that an engaged and active Muslim community can dispel fear and misunderstanding of Islam.
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness: The nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
  • Indiana Protection & Advocacy Services: IPAS is part of the nation’s federally-funded P&A system. It provides help to people with disabilities in Indiana to expand and defend their rights, including supporting self-advocacy groups and legal assistance.
  • Southern Poverty Law Center:  The SPLC is dedicated to fighting hate and bigotry and to seeking justice for the most vulnerable members of our society.
  • The STEVE Fund: Is dedicated to the mental health and emotional well-being of students of color.
  • United We Dream: Is the largest immigrant youth-led community in the country. They work to create welcoming spaces for young people—regardless of immigration status—to support, engage, and empower them to make their voice heard.