Reporting a Student of Concern, or a Student Conduct and/or Code Violation
Utah State University uses on line reporting for many student conduct and Student Code violations, listed below. In the event of an emergency, please call 9-1-1.
Academic Integrity Violation Form
This form is used to report academic misconduct such as cheating, falsification, and plagiarism as defined in the Student Code - Section VI. This Academic Integrity Violation Form (AIVF) provides guidance to instructors and students, ensures minimum due process requirements are met, and allows tracking of repeat offenders at the University level.
Student of Concern Reporting Form
Use this form to report a student’s behavior that rises to a level of concern that may lead to disruption of classroom or University activity, or that causes concern of threat to oneself or others. Remember, in an emergency, please dial 9-1-1.
Conduct Violation Reporting Form
This form can be used to report general student misconduct or Student Code violations, including violations of USU Housing and Residence Life Policies. If you are unsure what type of student conduct or Code violation has been committed you may use this form to report any incidents.
Discrimination/Harassment Reporting Form
This form is used to report discrimination or harassment based on protected categories such as race, color, religion, sex/gender, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual misconduct (including harassment), pregnancy, sexual orientation or gender identity/expression, genetic information, or retaliation.
Sexual Misconduct Form
This form should be used by any person to report an incident involving an alleged violation by an active Utah State University student of the USU Sexual Misconduct Policy (sexual harassment, sexual assault, gender-based harassment, intimate partner violence, domestic violence, and stalking). This report form can be utilized by students wishing to file a report on their own behalf or by anyone wishing to file a report on behalf of any person aggrieved by a current USU student