Matters to Report
- Irregular accounting practices or accounting entries
- Destruction of financial records
- Fraudulent or intentionally-misleading financial reports
- Theft of cash, checks, supplies, property or other university assets
- Making a disbursement from university funds for personal benefit
- Misuse of university property, equipment or resources for personal use or financial benefit
- Bias incidents, harassment, discrimination and retaliation
For more information on human rights and diversity issues, visit the Office of Diversity and Human Rights.
- Time and leave reporting concerns
- Abuse/misuse of leave
- Employment search issues
- Conflicts of interest
- Breach of confidentiality
Information Technology concerns can be related to any of the following areas:
- General Computing Policy
- Computer Security Violations
- Copyright Policies
For more information on ITS policies, view the complete list of ITS Computer Use Policies.
(For emergencies, call 911)
Safety concerns may include any of the following:
- Theft: Personal property, or state property for which you are responsible for, or is taken without your permission.
- Vandalism and Damage to Property: Damage to personal or state property including vehicles, building and landscape including but not limited to broken windows and graffiti.
- Threatening, Harassing or Concerned Behavior: Behaviors such as relationship violence, stalking/harassment, psychological/medical, or a weapon violation where there is no immediate threat or danger.
- Substance Abuse (Drugs and Alcohol): If someone you know has a substance abuse problem or if someone is distributing drugs illegally.
- Suspicious Circumstances: People acting strangely, harassing phone calls, odd behavior exhibited by others. Items out of the ordinary.
- Criminal Circumstances: Other crimes not in progress.
- University Safety Concerns: Poor lighting, potholes, vision obstructions at intersections, potentially dangerous situations
For more information, visit our Public Safety and Security page.
- Misrepresentation of credentials, academic dishonesty or violation of other academic policies
Research activities related to any of the following areas:
- Human Subjects
- Animal Activities
- Work with potentially infectious material and recombinant DNA
- Export Control
- Foreign travel
- Shipping items to foreign countries
- Work with controlled technology
- Foreign research collaborations
- Research misconduct
- Conflicts of interest
- Intellectual Property Issues
For more information, view our Research Compliance and Safety information.
- Issues related to any athletic program, including players, coaches, staff, administration and operations
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