Report an Incident
Student & Clubs/Org Misconduct
Fundamental to the mission of the Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities is the promotion of ethics, integrity, and respect among all of our students. Incidents of student misconduct vary widely and may include issues involving alcohol, drugs, theft, weapons, violence, harassment, sexual misconduct, hazing, or other violations that are non-academically related. If you would like to report a Student Misconduct Incident please click the following link.
Incidents of academic dishonesty may include cheating, plagiarism, falsification of documents, use of unauthorized study aids, or other violations that involve gaining an unfair academic advantage. Executive Order 1098 states that faculty members shall handle all academic dishonesty cases which occur in the classroom AND THEN report the incident to the Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities. It is important to report all incidents of academic dishonesty in order to promote the fair execution of our community standards as well as preserve the integrity of our academic experience. A student may also report academic integrity incidents. If you would like to report an Academic Dishonesty Incident please click the following link.
Bias Incident Reporting
A bias incident is an alleged act of discrimination or harassment that is directed toward an individual or group of individuals because of their age, disability, gender, gender identity or expression, genetic information, nationality, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, and/or veteran or military status, or any other legally protected personal characteristic. A bias incident may be an alleged physical, spoken or written act of abuse, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and/or intimidation; a bias incident may also be an alleged restriction or prevention of free movement of an individual because of that individual’s protected personal characteristic.
Student of Concern
If you would like to report a Student of Concern, which may include, but are not limited to non-emergency worries about a student’s behavior, such as signs of depression, suicidal ideation, the intent to be violent, and/or sudden mood shifts, please click the following link.