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The University of North Carolina School of Medicine takes allegations of student mistreatment very seriously. Examples of mistreatment include sexual harassment; discrimination based on race, color, gender, national origin, age, religion, creed, disability, veteran’s status, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression; purposeful humiliation, verbal abuse, threats, or other forms of psychological mistreatment; and physical harassment, physical endangerment and/or physical harm.

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Who do students contact if they perceive student mistreatment or learning environment concerns?

Submit anonymous or named report to:

Students can also contact any of the following individuals in the event they perceive student mistreatment:

Student Evaluations:
In Application and Individualization Phases, students can evaluate learning environment and indicate number and type of incidences on rotation/course evaluations. Further, all course directors inquiry about learning environment and potential mistreatment at the time of mid-block/course feedback. The school does not take action on a report of mistreatment until the student receives final grades.