"I exercise good judgement and believe in personal responsibility."
-- from Code of Love and Honor
The spirit of "I Am Miami" is one of responsibility--responsibility that prompts action when seeing another person in distress and intervention that can make a difference in the outcome.
Many people are here at Miami 24/7 to help, but it starts with YOU. If you need help or notice someone who does, reach out and take advantage of the resources below. (Click the arrows to learn more.)
If you believe you're the victim of a bias-related incident, find out how to report it and take advantage of available resources.
Everyone has a responsibility to contribute to the well-being of the community by participating in crime prevention efforts and developing good personal safety habits.
This program provides a confidential and anonymous method for reporting illegal or unethical conduct that violates Miami's policies.
The Office of Equity and Equal Opportunity works to investigate and resolve issues through formal and informal resolution procedures.
Understanding sex-based offenses can help you learn about and employ strategies for preventing sexual assault.
Students who have experienced sexual misconduct or assault can use this resource to find help.
From educational workshops to individual therapy, the Student Counseling Service provides a variety of resources to ensure a mentally healthy status for each student.