Anonymous Reporting Line
An anonymous and confidential way to report concerns
WE ALL PLAY A ROLE in maintaining the public trust as we fulfill our academic and administrative mission of education, research and service. That precious trust is preserved and strengthened when we appropriately use the resources entrusted to us.
Ethics hotlines like our Anonymous Reporting Line are common at large universities. They provide employees and other stakeholders an easy and anonymous way to report misconduct and ethical concerns.
Below is a list of concerns you could report to the Anonymous Reporting Line. We have included on-campus resources you could use to file a report or to better understand (and ideally avoid) misconduct or conflicts of interest:
- Conflict of interest (gifts, nepotism, misuse of public position or state property, and more).
The Office of General Counsel can provide guidance to help you avoid conflicts of interest. More information.
- Policy, compliance or University rule violations
The Office of General Counsel can provide guidance to help avoid violations. More information.
- Workplace harassment
Jolene Lane is the Title IX coordinator for the University and the vice president of inclusion and equity, and Tami Hannon is the deputy Title IX coordinator for employees. Each can provide information, assistance, support and services for faculty and staff who believe have been targeted by or experienced misconduct. Title IX site.
Our Equal Employment Office can advise on potential discrimination issues.
- Misuse of University resources or property
The chief audit executive and the Office of General Counsel can assist.
Environmental or safety concerns
The Department of Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety can provide guidance.