Mills College is committed to creating a campus community that is free from violence and upholds the highest levels of honesty, integrity, and bias-free conduct. Mills expects that any reports submitted using the forms below will be made in good faith, and that they will reflect real and legitimate concerns that you believe should be addressed.
Reports using these forms will be checked during normal office hours on standard business days. In case of emergency, please call 911. If you need immediate assistance at any time of day, contact our Department of Public Safety by dialing extension 5555 from an on-campus phone or 510.430.5555 from a cell phone.
While you may submit anonymous reports and these will be reviewed by the relevant office, the College's ability to address concerns reported by anonymous sources may be significantly limited.
Members of the Mills community can report health concerns, including positive COVID-19 tests, individuals isolating or quarantining due to exposure to COVID-19, or other related issues. Use the form below for student concerns or the email address for faculty or staff. If you are reporting a testing or exposure concern, a staff member supporting our contract tracing process will reach out via Mills email and/or phone number to speak with the person referenced in the report.
The following online forms should be used to report any and all incidents of discrimination, harassment, or gender-based misconduct by a member of the Mills College community.
Mills strongly encourages members of the College community who have experienced, witnessed, or become aware of conduct that violates our nondiscrimination policy to submit an incident report so Mills can take appropriate steps to prevent such conduct from occurring in the future and to amend its effects:
Mills does not tolerate any form of gender-based misconduct, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, gender-based harassment, domestic violence, sexual exploitation, and stalking. College community members who have experienced, witnessed, or become aware of gender-based misconduct are encouraged to seek assistance, report the incident using the appropriate form below, and engage the College's Title IX processes beginning with our Title IX coordinators.
The following online forms should be used to report incidents of student academic misconduct, violations of Mills policies not covered by other reporting forms, or general concerns about the well-being of a current Mills student.
Individual integrity and mutual respect are foundational to the Mills learning community. Students are expected to participate responsibly and actively in making Mills the best learning environment possible, and to recognize that the honor and well-being of the entire community are affected by their actions. It is the responsibility of each Mills student to know and abide by the standards set forth in the Mills College Honor Code as set forth in the Student Handbook (PDF). The code also obliges students to report violations of any of its standards.
Members of the Mills community may use the following form to report incidents of student academic misconduct as defined in the Student Handbook:
Mills students are expected to conduct themselves with maturity and integrity at all times in addition to complying with state and federal laws and adhering to College policies as published on the Mills website, in the Mills College Academic Catalog, the Student Handbook (PDF), and other College documents. Students are expected to respect the rights and property of all. The Community Standards Department oversees resolutions to violations of other Mills policies, where applicable.
Members of the Mills community may use the following form to report violations of policies set forth by other offices, schools, or College organizations and conduct concerns:
For immediate assistance Monday–Friday, 9:00 AM–5:00 PM, dial extension 2130 from an on-campus phone or 510.430.2130 from a cell phone.
Members of the Mills community may use the following form to report general concerns about the welfare, behavior, and emotional, mental, or physical well-being of a current Mills student:
In an emergency, please call 911. If you believe there is an immediate risk to a student's health or safety, call our Department of Public Safety by dialing extension 5555 from an on-campus phone or 510.430.5555 from a cell phone.