Bias incidents can be very upsetting to not only the targeted person but also to the whole community. There are many offices on campus that can help by providing support to individuals and by providing community-based educational programs.

Counseling Center -
101 Counseling, Health & Wellness Center
M-F 8am-4:30

Gender & Sexuality Resource Center -
Hunt Union, 2nd floor

Office of Student Diversity and Advocacy -
Coordinator: Mary Bonderoff

Student Disability Services -
Director: Craig Levins
209 Alumni Hall
Mon - Fri: 8am - 4:30pm

Office of Equity and Inclusion -
133 Netzer Administration Building

Student Conduct Officer -
Director: Amanda L. Kiakis
119 Netzer Administration Building

Web resources for support

University of Colorado at Boulder
Victims Assistance for Bias-related incidents
Essay on emotional reactions and how to get support

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) are launching a new mobile web site ( that will enable law enforcement officers to quickly and easily access ADL's expert information on hate symbols, international terrorist symbols, and hate crime indicators from anywhere using their handheld mobile devices.
ADL and IACP Launch Hate Symbols and Indicators for Law Enforcemant - New York, NY

Support resources for LGBT people who have experienced bias incidents

Families united against Hate (
Brochure for victims: