• Posted on: 30 November 2017
  • By: admin

The Anonymous Email mechanism is designed to protect the identity of the sender. Every effort will be
made to ensure this is done. Note that the initial recipients may need to contact others in order to respond
completely and effectively to your email. While we want your candid, unfiltered feedback, your anonymity
is best protected if you do not include any identifying information in your message. Absent a direct line of
communication back to you, the response to your email may not be visible or obvious (we do not have a
way to reply to you directly).

Emergencies and crisis situations deserve and require immediate response, which the Anonymous Email
system is not designed to offer. Here are some resources to consider for immediate help:
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255
National Sexual Assault Hotline: 800-656-4673,
University Health Services 24-hour Crisis Line: 608-265-5600,

(Your suggestions are completely anonymous)
(The Department is still unable to tell who the suggestion is from)