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Report a Concern or an Incident

Our goal is to keep our campus community safe and well. If you are concerned about an incident or a student, please know that anyone may report a concern about a USU student. Listed below are a number of different reports for different topics.

If you would like to first consult with a staff member before submitting a report, please call the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs, at 435-797-3137 for a student of concern or for a conduct violation. For consultations regarding Sexual Misconduct, or Discrimination or Harassment, please call the Office of Equity at 435-797-1266.

Unsure of which form to use?

Student of Concern or Student Academic Achievement Alert

At times, it is difficult to know whether concerns should be reported as a Student of Concern or as an Student Academic Achievement Alert. Faculty and staff may use this short survey to help guide them to the correct form(s). Please note that this survey is only to be used when considering a Student of Concern or Student Academic Achievement Alert.

 

Questions regarding other reporting options should be directed to the contacts listed below:

Discrimination/Harassment and Sexual Misconduct:

  • Office of Equity
  • 435-797-1266

Academic Integrity Violation:

  • Krystin Deschamps
  • 435-797-0977

Conduct Violation:

  • Krystin Deschamps
  • 435-797-0977

Conduct and CARE Forms

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.

Health and Safety Violation Reporting Form

This form should be used to report an incident involving a Health and Safety Violation. Thank you for doing your part to help keep Utah State University safe. The information you provide will be used to identify safety concerns and issues, such as failure to follow health directives, inappropriate use of safety equipment, etc, that could pose a threat to the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff and environment.

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 and Sexual Misconduct Reporting Forms

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 sexual misconduct to the Title IX Coordinator. Sexual Misconduct includes sexual harassment, sexual assault, relationship violence and sex-based stalking. This report form can be utilized by an individual wishing to file a report on their own behalf or on behalf of another person who has experienced Sexual Misconduct.


Academic Forms

Student Academic Achievement Alert

This form is used by USU faculty, advisors, and staff to report student academic performance and engagement concerns. If reasonable efforts to resolve issues and provide outreach to students have failed, the Student Academic Achievement Alert form is the next step to provide support. The Office of Student Retention & Completion will oversee this form and work with students to broker success.

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.