Princeton University has a strong commitment to creating and maintaining an educational, working and living environment that values diverse individuals and is free from discrimination and harassment, without regard to personal beliefs, characteristics or stereotypes. To sustain Princeton’s excellence, we all have a responsibility to practice the principles of equity and respect for all.
- Graduate student complaints and grievances against other graduate students; concerns related to University principles of general conduct and regulations; matters involving sexual harassment and assault, racial or ethnic bias or harassment, discrimination; personal safety and security may be discussed with Dean Montero.
- The director for equal opportunity, Cheri Lawson, and the title IX coordinator, Michele Minter, are also available to discuss concerns of discrimination or harassment. They can be reached at (609) 258-6110 in the Office of the Provost. (Information relating to the University’s Nondiscrimination/Anti-Harassment Policy and Grievance Procedures, including resources available and how to file a complaint under the Policy, can be found at www.princeton.edu/diversity).