A bias incident is an incident of verbal or nonverbal conduct or behavior that is threatening, harassing, intimidating, discriminating or hostile and is based on a category that is protected under the Institutional Nondiscriminatory Policy.

To learn about bias incidents and reporting bias incidents, call Lamont Sellers at 605-658-3424 or email diversity@usd.edu to report a concern or seek guidance about whether or not something should be reported.

If you have issues related to Equal Opportunity and Employment, Title IX or sexual violence, you can contact the Title IX Office. Call Khara Iverson at 605-658-3665 or email khara.iverson@usd.edu to report a concern or seek guidance about whether or not something should be reported.

If you have concerns regarding USD policies or actions, you can file a complaint through the online form.

Resources for Emotional Crisis & Support

During business hours, go to the USD Student Counseling Center. The Counseling Center is Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Call 605-658-3580 for more information.

You may also call the Psychological Services Center at (605) 677-5354. The Psychological Services Center provides individual, couple and group therapy services to students, faculty, staff, and community members.

You can also dial 211 in Clay County to access information about a wide variety of issues, including government services, health and mental health resources, suicide prevention resources, employment support and more.

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