Climate & Inclusion Statement of Purpose, Principles, and Practices

Climate & Inclusion Resources

University Resources

Princeton University makes available several resources to students, faculty and staff to address their questions and/or concerns. We recognize that deciding among support options can be difficult. You have the option to seek assistance from a confidential resource before deciding how to proceed. Confidential resources provide support and information regarding campus resources, options, and processes. Confidential sources will not share information about an individual (including whether the individual has visited that source) without that individual’s express written permission, unless there is an imminent threat of serious harm to the individual or to others, or a legal obligation to reveal such information.

Confidential Resources

Sexual Harassment/Assault Advising, Resources & Education (SHARE) Office

  • Provides sexual harassment/assault advocacy and support services
  • Student victims (will refer staff/faculty victims to other resources)

Counseling/Psychological Services (CPS)

Ombuds Office

  • Assists with confidential problem solving
  • For students, staff, and faculty

Office of Religious Life Chaplains

  • Offer spiritual/religious support
  • For students, staff, and faculty

Office of Disability Services


  • Offers confidential assistance for work, personal and family issues
  • For faculty, staff, and graduate students


Non-Confidential Resources

Department of Public Safety

  • Handles emergency issues, safety assistance, crime reporting, and self-defense classes
  • For students, staff, and faculty

EthicsPoint Hotline

  • Share concerns non-emergency illegal activity, noncompliance, and unethical conduct
  • For students, staff and faculty
    Submit a report to EthicsPoint

Human Resources

  • Handles issues concerning non-faculty employees
  • For non-faculty staff members

Office of the Dean of the Faculty

  • Handles issues with faculty and academic professionals
  • For faculty, academic professionals

Office of Graduate Student Life

  • Assists students with requests for no-contact orders, student discipline process consultations

Office of Institutional Equity & Diversity

Sexual Misconduct & Title IX

  • Report sexual discrimination and sexual misconduct
  • For students, faculty and staff


Lewis Center for the Arts Resources

Lewis Center for the Arts’ students, faculty and staff who are dealing with difficult situations or have concerns or suggestions can contact the following members of the Lewis Center for guidance on appropriate resources. However, please remember that all University employees (excluding confidential resources) have a responsibility to report potentially illegal activity and suspected violations of the Title IX and Sexual Misconduct policies.


portrait of judith hameraJudith Hamera
Chair of the Lewis Center for the Arts, Professor of Dance



portrait of brian herrera

Brian Herrera
Associate Professor in Programs in Theater and Gender and Sexuality Studies



portrait of mary oconnorMary O’Connor
Manager, Office of the Chair and Special Projects




Share Your Feedback

The Lewis Center for the Arts encourages members of our community to share feedback, suggestions, and ideas that can be useful for improving our level of support and guidance. You can submit input anonymously via the LCA feedback form.

Your submission will go to LCA representatives for review and consideration. If you choose to identify yourself and include contact information, LCA representatives will respond to you directly within a week. Please remember that all University employees (excluding confidential resources) have a responsibility to report potentially illegal activity and suspected violations of the Title IX and Sexual Misconduct policies.

The Lewis Center’s feedback mechanisms are not intended to displace any University policy or existing University-wide reporting mechanism. Should you have bias-related issues, concerns, or complaints that you would like to report to the University (and for which you would like the University to take action), please contact Cheri Burgess, Director for Institutional Equity and Equal Employment Opportunity at The University Resources and Lewis Center contacts listed above may assist you in identifying the appropriate person to speak with about your concern.

This form is not to be used for emergencies. In case of emergency, dial 9-1-1 or contact Princeton’s Department of Public Safety: 609-258-1000.