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Your voice, your rights

UW-Eau Claire’s division of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Student Affairs is committed to helping students understand their rights and responsibilities as we strive to create a culture of learning and respect on campus and in our community.

Free speech, free expression and knowing how to respond to bias is critical as you navigate the complex world around you on and off campus. You can learn about your rights as a student and the resources available to you by exploring our sections below on the First Amendment, interacting with law enforcement, facing bias/discrimination/harassment, and protest and demonstration procedures.

First Amendment

First Amendment

Explore common questions about free speech on campus and better understand your rights and responsibilities as a public university student.

Explore First Amendment FAQs
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Interacting with Law Enforcement

Learn more about your rights and explore best practices when engaging with authorities.

Engaging with police
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Protest and Demonstration Procedures

This page includes important information and links to guide the freedom of expression on our campus within the boundaries of lawful behavior and applicable policies.

Learn more about demonstration procedures
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Bias Incident Reporting

澳门葡京网赌送彩金 has a team of responders for racist/discriminatory actions. This is called BIRT: Bias Incident Reporting Team. Learn how to report a bias/hate incident and about resources available to help you deal with the issue.

Find the report form

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Questions?

For more information, please contact the Dean of Students Office at dos@jupspups.com or 715-836-5626.