Reporting and Assistance
The University's highest concern is for the emotional and physical well-being of persons affected by a bias motivated incident or hate crime. The person affected shall have access to all university services that can help students maintain emotional and psychological well-being and provide for the safety of the person affected. These include, but are not limited to, assistance in changing academic and living arrangements if these changes are reasonably available.
Central Washington University encourages all members of the campus community who believe they are victims of a bias motivated incident or the crime to immediately report the incident to Behaviors of Concern
Any member of the university community can file a third party report with Behaviors of Concern. The report is encouraged, nonetheless, as it can provide useful information for protecting the community-at-large and connecting similar reports while protecting the victim's anonymity.