If this an emergency or someone is in danger, please call 911.
Claremont Graduate University and the Dean of Students’ office is committed to providing an environment that is respectful and supportive “of our entire community”. CGU employees, students, and community members may elect one of the following links to report a concern to the University. Please note that you must be willing to provide sufficient information so that the reported concern can be fully investigated and resolved by the University. A lack of specific information will only hinder and slow down the process. The University may be unable to address the concern if insufficient information is provided about the involved individual(s), incident date and location, and what transpired.
If there are any questions regarding these forms, please contact the Dean of Students Office at email@example.com.
Claremont Graduate University believes in fostering an environment of respect and dignity for all its members.
Use this form to report any discrimination based on the following:
- Genetic Information
- Gender Identity/Expression
- Marital Status/ Family Status
- National Origin
- Pregnancy/Family Responsibilities
- Sexual Orientation
- Socioeconomic Status
- Status As A Protected Veteran
This form is NOT intended for an emergency response. If you need to report an emergency or are reporting an incident that poses an imminent risk of harm, call Campus Safety at 909-607-2000, or dial 9-1-1. Please know that completing this report does not substitute contacting campus Safety or the Police.
Submitted referral forms are reviewed during normal business hours (M-F, 8am-5pm) and are not monitored after hours, on weekends, or during University closures.
Use the Sexual Harassment and Sexual Misconduct form to report sexual misconduct of various forms, including, but not limited to:
- sexual harassment
- sexual violence
- gender-based harassment
- intimate partner violence
Students at Claremont Graduate University who feel they have been subjected to unfair treatment by an individual or CGU department are encouraged to submit a non-academic student grievance, the Policy can be found here: The Student Grievance Procedure
A grievance is an assertion made by a student that they were wronged by a failure to follow Claremont Graduate University policies and/or practices. Grievances regarding faculty judgment of academic performance (grades) are not subject to the student grievance procedure. Grievances alleging conduct specifically covered by other CGU investigation and/or resolution procedures (e.g., alleged academic dishonesty/research misconduct, alleged sexual misconduct, etc.) are not subject to this procedure and should be brought under those other procedures.
Faculty, staff, students, and others may refer a student who may be struggling with academic, personal, or emotional difficulties or who may be exhibiting concerning behavior.
Students referred will be contacted and offered assistance by the Dean of Students Office. Your concern will be routed to the appropriate office depending on the nature of the concern.
- Student who has stopped attending class
- Significant change in life circumstance e.g. financial and food insecurity
- Emotional concerns e.g. hopelessness, anxiety, hostile outbursts
To report a Clery Act reportable offense, please use the following link.
Clery Act reportable crimes:
- Criminal homicide
- Sex offenses
- Aggravated assault
- Motor vehicle theft
- Domestic violence
- Dating violence
- Hate crimes as defined by the Clery Act