Campus Conduct Hotline

Reporting Unsafe or Unethical Behavior

Use the Campus Conduct Hotline or web form to report a concern about a potential violation of law or college policy, such as potential acts of discrimination, student code of conduct violations, faculty/staff handbook violations, fraudulent accounting or bookkeeping, harassment, bias, hostile workplace, illegal or unethical business practices, NCAA rules violations, retaliation, hazing, safety and security concerns, waste of institutional resources, wrongful termination, bullying, or other concerns.

The Campus Conduct Hotline is not a first responder system. If this is an emergency, please call 911.

Using this confidential reporting resource is easy. If you have a question or concern, dial the Campus Conduct Hotline toll-free at 866-943-5787. If you would like someone from the College to contact you directly, you may leave your name along with a phone number where and when you would prefer to be called. Translation services are available if you need them.

If you do not wish to leave your name, you may report a concern anonymously through the hotline or via a web form. Information provided will be kept confidential, except to the extent necessary for the College to respond to the concern as required by law or policy.

Calling the Hotline

Once you have dialed the toll-free number (866-943-5787):Ā 

  • You will be greeted promptly and courteously by a person who will ensure you understand the Campus Conduct HotlineĀ® program and how it functions. If you prefer to make your report in a language other than English, just let the person who answers the call know and they will arrange for a translator to participate in the call.
  • At the beginning of the call, you will be provided a randomly generated case number. You can use the case number to check back for updates and requests for additional information. Be sure to write the number down and keep it in a secure place. If you submit a concern anonymously, the case number will be the only means for further communications about the concern.
  • You will then be asked about your question or concern.
  • Your call will not be recorded. Instead, the interviewer will be typing notes of your conversation. Whether or not you choose to provide your name is completely up to you.
  • It is important that you try to be as specific as possible about the information you provide, especially names, dates, and places if possible.
  • Within one business day after your call, a summary of the interview will be forwarded to the College. The College will respond directly to the caller if a name and phone number are included. If a report is submitted anonymously, a response will be available, using the case number, in five business days. In some cases, the response may be a request for additional information.
  • To receive a response to an anonymous report, call the hotline and provide the case number that was assigned. If a status is not immediately available at that time, you are able to call again and continue to check for updates.