A complaint can be filed by anyone who believes that an education institution or program described above, that receives Federal financial assistance has discriminated against someone on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age. The person or organization filing the complaint does not need to be a victim of the alleged discrimination but may complain on behalf of another person or group.
Articles in this section
- What is the Office for Civil Rights (OCR)?
- How and why does the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) impact digital accessibility?
- Who can file an OCR complaint?
- What does an OCR complaint entail?
- What is the cost of addressing an OCR complaint?
- Regarding an OCR complaint, what does this mean: “the person or organization filing the complaint need not be a victim”?