Report a Problem

We’re listening. At the Texas A&M School of Law, we want to hear about the problems and issues that confront our students, faculty and staff. Change happens when individuals have the courage to speak up. But we realize that some members of the community who want to speak up may wish to do so anonymously, and we respect that desire.

To encourage the members of our community to speak up while protecting their privacy, we have several ways to report incidents of bias or exclusion:

  • In person, by email or by phone to Rosalind Jeffers, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, ​room 244, 817-212-4020, or rjeffers@law.tamu.edu.

  • In person, by email or by phone to any member of the Diversity Council.

  • By web form, which can be submitted anonymously.

  • To report more serious, hate-related conduct, use the Law School Stop-Hate web form, which can also be submitted anonymously.

Reports submitted by web form are directed to the chair of the Diversity Council and the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs. We will respond to all non-anonymous submissions within 36 hours.

In case of emergency at the Texas A&M School of Law campus in Fort Worth, please contact the Texas A&M Law security first at 817-212-3999. If you are in an emergency situation that requires immediate medical, psychological or police services, call 911.

We are here for you.

The School of Law Diversity Council