How can we help?
Doane University has multiple ways to seek assistance or report issues/concerns. Our goal is to get you to the most knowledgeable and appropriate resource that can assist you. Below you will find contact information and links to pages where you can find support, file a report, and just gather some information. At Doane University we have a community that cares! If you don't find the resource you are looking for below, reach out to a faculty or staff member you trust and ask for help.
- Public Safety Support: Call (402)826-8669
- Facilities Department Support: Call (402) 826-8653
- Human Resources Support: Call (402) 826-6795
- Title IX Support: Call (402) 826-8118
- Crime Reports (Link)
- Student Concerns (Link)
- Threats of Violence (Link)
- Reports of Sexual Violence (Link)
- Bias Reports (Link)
Public Safety Office
The Public Safety Office can be reached 24/7 during the academic year. Below is some contact information and resources:
- Phone: (402) 826-8669
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Text: DOANESAFETY to 79516 (Include a detailed message)
- Office: Basement of the Communications Building (#12) at Doane Crete (Map)
- Anonymous Reporting Options:
- Support Teams:
Advocacy Response Team
The Doane Advocacy Response Team assists and supports targets of hate crimes or bias incidents. The team is available as a resource to help students, faculty, and staff employees to resolve their concerns. If you feel that you have been a victim of a hate crime or bias incident, or if you witnessed such an event, please use the anonymous bias report form to report an incident. One of the team members will contact you.
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For support regarding Doane buildings and grounds, you can contact the Facilities Department. Leaks, slippery areas, broken resources or down-tree limbs, please reach out immediately!
- Phone: 402.826.8653 or 9-8653 (on campus)
- Email: email@example.com
The Human Resources Department tailors its services to support the individual needs of its customers-the staff and faculty-working collaboratively to foster a healthy environment for learning, growing and working together.
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is a federal law that prohibits sex discrimination in education. Sex discrimination includes sexual harassment and sexual assault. Use our resource page for information, policy and referrals to support agencies:
- Interim Title IX Coordinator: Leah Cech
- Phone: 402.826.8118
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Office: Perry Campus Center 144
- Hours: Monday through Friday 9am-5pm