Report Concerns

The University is dedicated to the highest standards of ethical conduct. As such, the University encourages employees to call unethical behavior to the attention of the appropriate supervisor, university auditor, other responsible university officers, or report the concern through EthicsPoint.

EthicsPoint should be used to report ethical, policy, legal, or financial issues or concerns. For example, unethical behavior, violations of law or policy, potential conflicts of interest, theft, etc. should all be reported. EthicsPoint is designed to report any violation of our stated policies or other concerns you may have. This hotline service does not replace or supersede existing reporting methods. The University encourages employees to bring concerns to their supervisor, Human Resources, or other campus entities as appropriate.

Internal Audit conducts fact-finding / investigates reports, or assigns them to the appropriate campus department (HR, Title IX, Academic Affairs, etc.). Internal Audit follows up with the assigned department to ensure resolution.

EthicsPoint is NOT a 911 or Emergency Service.

If there is an immediate threat to life or property, or to report a crime in progress, call University Police at 911 or (801) 863-5555.

Report a Concern to a Campus Entity

      • Student Health Services - Crisis Services
      • Academic Affairs
        • Associate Provost- Academic Administration
      • Employee Conduct
      • Harassment and Discrimination
      • Legal/Compliance/Risk Management
      • Student Conduct
      • University Police
        • Director - Public Safety / Police Chief

Report a Concern Through EthicsPoint

Reports can be made either:

Online: Ethics Point

or Toll Free: (877) 228-5401

What is EthicsPoint?

EthicsPoint is a confidential internet and telephone based reporting tool, with the option of anonymous reporting, that helps the University and its employees work together to address fraud, abuse, misconduct, or other violations in the workplace. EthicsPoint is managed at the University by Internal Audit, who are independent of the University's management team. 

Every faculty, staff, and student is responsible for reporting unethical behavior.

 

"A shared commitment to ethical behavior is essential to the University's success in fulfilling its mission to serve students, conduct its business activities, strengthen its professional reputation for excellence, and maintain the public's trust." - President's Council Statement on Ethical Conduct

 

The Utah Protection of Public Employees Act protects UVU employees from adverse action for reporting in good faith (1) waste or misuse of public funds, property, or manpower, (2) a violation of law, (3) or gross mismanagement, abuse of authority, or unethical conduct at UVU.