Important Note: If this is an emergency, call 911 or contact Campus Safety & Security in Providence, North Miami, Denver, or Charlotte.
If you know of or suspect fraud, theft or another violation of law or university policy, please submit a report. Use this option when reporting to an immediate supervisor is not practical. A person making this type of report is known as a "whistleblower." Reports should be factual, made in good faith, and contain as much specific information as possible.
Please see the university's Whistleblower Policy (70K PDF) for more information. The Whistleblower Policy does not authorize a whistleblower to conduct any investigative procedures or obtain evidence for which he or she does not have a right to access. Doing so may constitute a violation of law or university policy.
Anonymous reports are accepted. Written reports are encouraged to assure a clear understanding of the issues, but they may be made orally.
An individual who makes a good faith complaint will be protected against any form of retaliation. University employees may not retaliate against a whistleblower with the intent or effect of adversely impacting the terms or conditions of employment.
There are 3 ways to submit a report: