Non-Confidential Campus Resources

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Office of Equal Opportunity & Title IX

014 Morris Hall

Online Reporting Form

  • Connecting individuals with campus resources.

  • Taking interim action, and investigating alleged violations of the Minnesota State system nondiscrimination and sexual violence policies.

  • Reports can be made in-person, by phone, by email, and online.

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Dean of Students Office and Student Conduct Office

228 Wigley Administration


  • Overseeing the student conduct disciplinary process.

  • Offering information and referrals to student support offices and collaborating with offices across campus to address student in crisis.

  • Assisting with follow-up after an incident.

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Student Affairs

228 Wigley Administration Building
  • Student emergency and basic needs resources.
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University Security

222 Wiecking Center


  • By calling University Security, students can report an incident of sexual violence, discrimination, or discriminatory harassment.

  • Connecting students to other law enforcement officials and medical professionals.

  • Providing the everyday, anytime Safe Walk Service to and from any University building, parking lot, or residence community.

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Human Resources

336 Wigley Administration Center
  • Provide connection to employee resources regarding benefit and payroll information.
  • Receive and investigate reports of allegations involving the Workplace Environment Policy.
  • Connecting employees to the Employee Assistance Program (EAP).
Human Resources



Student Attorney (Legal Services)

280 Centennial Student Union

  • Providing students with free legal advice from a licensed practicing attorney.

  • Appointments can be made to go over various legal issues.

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Campus Hub / Student Financial Services

117 Centennial Student Union

  • Answering walk-up questions and providing resources and referrals.
  • Appointments can be made with financial aid advisors.
Visit Campus Hub



Multicultural Center

269 Centennial Student Union

  • Exchange, learn, and reinforce cultural identity and connect with students from diverse backgrounds.
  • Tutoring, mentoring, advising, or counseling related to multicultural issues.
  • African American Affairs; American Indian Affairs; Asian American Affairs; Latinx Affairs.
Visit Multicultural Center




284 Centennial Student Union

  • Enhances recruitment/retention efforts and outreach to diverse students in all areas of the University.
  • Facilitates the Maverick Success Program.



Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Center

194 Centennial Student Union

  • Campus and community awareness of LGBTQIA concerns and strive to ensure every individual has equal opportunity to learn, work, and grow in a supportive and safe environment.
  • Provide resources, information, and referrals for the MSU community on queer, bisexual, lesbian, transgender, gay, and questioning issues.
Visit LGBT Center



Women's Center

218 Centennial Student Union


  • Hosting a comfortable, inclusive area with computers, a microwave, and a refrigerator.
  • Providing space for students to both pump or express milk and store in their refrigerator during business hours.
Visit Women's Center



Accessibility Resources

132 Memorial Library 
  • Arranging accommodations for students with disabilities like note-taking, text in alternative format, alternative testing, sign language interpreting, early registration, assistive technology, and other needs and access services.
  • Temporary health conditions and pregnancy accommodations.
  • Report a barrier through Accessibility Resources here.
Visit Accessibility Resources



Kearney International Center

250 Centennial Student Union

  • Assistance with immigration status or application process.
  • Access to other services specific for international students.
Visit Kearney International Center



Veteran's Resource Center

167 Centennial Student Union

  • Support for veterans including educational benefits, scholarships, medical resources, family services.
  • Veterans Resource Center is a comfortable, relaxing space where veterans, military members, and their families can grab a cup of coffee, share stories and support, or get some homework done.
Visit Veteran's Resource Center