- What Constitutes a Bias Incident?
- How to Report a Bias Incident
- Why Report?
- What Happens after a Report is Made?
- How do Reports Get Used?
- Bias Incident Support System
- Bias Incident Aggregate Data
- Bias Incident Data 2017-2018
- Bias Incident Data Fall 2018
- Diversity and Inclusion at Marquette
- Statement on Human Dignity
- Climate Study
- "At Marquette" Student Handbook online
- Diversity Advocates
- Student Affairs
- Center for Intercultural Engagement
- LGBTQ+ Resource Center
- Counseling Center
Bias Incident Report Data
Marquette University is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and welcoming environment for students, faculty, staff, alumni and visitors. Maintaining this sort of community requires all of us to learn about and address incidents of bias and discrimination on our campus.
These statistics are published in order for the Marquette University community to track, examine and understand the nature of bias incidents on our campus. Periodically, it is difficult to identify the perpetrator(s) of bias. However, when identifiable the University can conduct an investigate and hold the individual(s) accountable for their actions. By keeping a record we are able to understand trends and inform the community of the actions taken address the incident(s). In addition, publishing the data enables us to hold ourselves accountable and potentially take proactive measures to prevent future bias.
More information on reporting options can be found online.
Four-year summary of bias incident reports, 2014-15 to 2017-18
|Total number of reports filed||Total number of Incidents|
|Reports filed by nature of alleged bias|