If you see concerning behavior

  • EMERGENCY: 911 or UVU Police dispatch @ (801) 863-5555.
    This line is monitored 24 hours a day/seven days a week.
  • NON-EMERGENCY: UVU Tip line @ (801) 863-1234.
    This line is monitored 24 hours a day/seven days a week.
  • Consult with the Behavior Assessment Team.

Who can make a report?

Anyone: students, faculty, staff, community members.

What can be reported?

  • Anything, major or minor, including, but not limited to:
  • Cheating, plagiarism, fabrication
  • Classroom disruption
  • Physical violence, harassment, threats, discrimination
  • Sexual harassment, sexual assault, stalking
  • Theft and fraud
  • Students in distress, suicidal threats
  • Informational reports

Information to Include

Concerns should be submitted with concise, factual information including:

  • Names of all students involved, including victims or witnesses
  • Summary of the incident
  • Date of incident
  • Location or class,
  • How it came to your attention,
  • What action has been taken so far

Please also submit relevant materials: documents, photographs, copy of student’s work

If you're not sure about reporting

Anyone may contact Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution for consultation about a possible concern. Talking with Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution does not obligate a person to file a report; typically, investigations do not begin unless a report is filed.

Reports may also be submitted by directly to the director, Maren Turnidge, marent@uvu.edu.

Who investigates?

The Director of Student Conduct is responsible for investigating concerns regarding student conduct, and violations of the Student Rights and Responsibilities Code.

Are records kept?

Yes. But not all reports are automatically entered into a student disciplinary record, such as reports of concerns that don't rise to the level of a policy violation.

If a student is found to have violated a policy and a permanent disciplinary record is kept, they still have the option to request that their record be expunged after a certain amount of time and depending on the severity of the violation.

Submit requests to expunge disciplinary records to the Student Conduct Director.

When to submit a report or concern

In order to accomplish the educational goals of the process, to provide timely due process, and to avoid unnecessary complications to the investigatory process (because witnesses and/or evidence may no longer be available, memories fade, etc.), you are strongly urged to submit your concern immediately upon discovery.

If you with to discuss the process informally, please do not hesitate contact the director of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution.

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Online Reporting for Student Misconduct and Concerning Behavior 

The information provided in this report is maintained confidentially according to FERPA. However, if you wish to make an anonymous report please go to the Report Concerns website.

Person Reporting the Incident









You are a:





Student Exhibing Misconduct or Concern









Student's Gender:






Incident/Behavior Description







Action Being Requested (please choose one or more. for definitions):  
 
 
 
 

Supporting Documentation or Evidence

(e.g. Plagiarized paper, TurnItIn report, relevant emails, photos, screenshots, etc.)

Maxiumum file size is a total of 25MB




Definitions 

Informal

Not entered in to the student's disciplinary file. Typically, informal reports are made  for first-time and/or minor offenses that do not result in grade reduction, failing grade, or removal from class. Informal records may become formal records if a student is found responsible for multiple academic infractions.

Formal

Entered in to the student's disciplinary file with the University. Formal records usually result from academic infractions that result in a failing grade, academic probation, suspension, or expulsion. Egregious violations or multiple violations will be entered as permanent records.