The UMBC community is having important conversations about the prevention of and response to sexual violence/misconduct, and its impact on campus safety and wellbeing. We are proud of our students, faculty, staff, and alumni for sharing their experiences and working to help UMBC live out our values. We are taking action on what we learn together, developing a productive dialogue, and creating a coordinated campus response to incidents of sex discrimination and sexual violence/misconduct—a response that is proactive, caring, and transparent.
Lasting change requires both short- and long-term work. We want to hear your perspectives on how we can do this work together. Please contact the Faculty and Staff Advisory Committee or the Student Advisory Committee to share feedback, to volunteer, or to share additional recommendations or ideas. You may also use our anonymous input form. The Retriever Courage website will be updated with information and community voices as our collaborative work continues. Please check our Updates and Get Involved pages and our Retriever Courage myUMBC group for the latest information and ways to stay engaged.