The University, through the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, has authority to investigate conduct that is likely to have a substantial negative impact on campus climate. The investigations are conducted by the Discrimination Prevention Office, an independent office within the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.
Whenever possible, the Discrimination Prevention Office will post reports of such investigations here. The reports are redacted to protect the identity of witnesses and other private information. If legal or policy concerns prevent us from publishing a particular report, we will post a Public Accountability Summary of the report.
Sometimes conflicts are resolved by settlement. These settlements are usually confidential, but we always advocate for more transparency. Whenever we are permitted to do so, we will post a statement that has been agreed upon by the parties to the conflict. Unless stated otherwise, these statements have been negotiated and agreed upon by the UCLA Administration and all relevant parties.
By sharing information about climate-related investigations, the Discrimination Prevention Office aims to promote transparency, increase accountability, and educate the UCLA community about policies, procedures, and community norms.
Investigation Reports and Public Accountability Summaries
Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity Minutes Investigation (2016)
- Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity Minutes Investigation Report | posted 2016 11 09
- Apology Letter from Pi Kappa Phi to the UCLA Community | posted 2017 01 27
Graduate School of Education & Information Sciences (GSEIS) Incidents Investigation (2017)
- Agreed-Upon Statement | posted 2017 08 18