Undergraduate Student Support
Undergraduate Student Concern & Retention Pathway
Navigating a large campus can be confusing. The Report It website provides contact information for reporting concerns and issues related to several topics, including: accessibility, campus maintenance, crimes/safety, discrimination, events, health/wellness, integrity/ethics, student and employee conduct, and technology.
Note, it is appropriate to submit incidents of potential sexual misconduct, discrimination, harassment, dating/domestic violence, stalking, retaliation to the Office of Civil Rights & Title IX as they have investigative authority and are very connected to campus and community support resources.
University employees, are mandatory reporters. That means whether committed against them or someone else, they are required to report incidents of sexual misconduct, discrimination, harassment, dating/domestic violence, stalking, or retaliation.
Pathway for Undergraduate Student Concerns
Department Chair or Director
Concerned about yourself or a fellow student?
If you are a student, staff, faculty, or family member who has concerns about a specific student’s behaviors and/or well-being and do not know where to turn, Student Affairs Student Care Referral Team strives to develop, facilitate, and coordinate a university-wide program of care and support for students.
DEIB RISE Toolbox
This DEIB Toolbox assists and supports unit and program-level planning, action, and continued education on cultivating diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging using the RISE framework.Visit the DEIB RISE Toolbox