The University of Arkansas is dedicated to providing a safe, secure and inclusive learning environment for our campus community. You can help by reporting student concerns, student conduct violations, sexual misconduct or other potential threats to campus safety.

Please call 911 for emergencies. Sexual assault, sexual violence, domestic/dating violence and stalking are crimes. Victims are encouraged to report these crimes to UAPD (479) 575-2222 or other local law enforcement.

Report Sexual Misconduct

Report sexual harassment, (including sexual assault, sexual violence, domestic/dating violence and stalking), other forms of sexual misconduct (including exhibitionism, voyeurism and exploitation), retaliation for reporting sexual harassment, and gender discrimination.

Examples: involuntary sexual acts, unwelcome sexual advances and other unwanted verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature

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Report Other Potential Threats or Concerns to Campus Safety

All members of the university community are encouraged to report distressing, disturbing or disruptive behavior ("red flag behavior") that is not yet an emergency that warrants immediate intervention.

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Fraud Hotline

Prevent fraud on campus by calling this confidential fraud hotline at 1-866-252-9838.

Learn more about preventing fraud.

Report Non-Emergency Student Concerns

Faculty, staff, family members and fellow students are encouraged to report students that are exhibiting signs of distress in their academic, personal, financial life or other areas.

Examples: death of a friend or family member, personal illness/injury, mental health or other concerns

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Report Code of Student Life Violations

If you have witnessed a student violating the Code of Student Life, this form will allow you to report the violation to the appropriate office.

Examples: drug/alcohol use, physical altercation, conduct that endangers others

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Other Reporting Information For Faculty and Staff

  • Report Title VI discrimination based on race, color or national origin. 
  • Learn about Title VII to report employer discrimination against employees on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin and region.
  • Report discrimination related to the Americans with Disabilities Act, which prohibits discrimination and ensures equal opportunity for persons with disabilities. 
  • General grievances can also be reported.

Reported information will be provided to the appropriate professional staff and each concern will be addressed in a comprehensive, efficient and effective manner. While confidentiality cannot be guaranteed, care will be taken to protect the identity of the reporting party, when requested. Reports can also be made anonymously, but this may limit the extent to which the concern/misconduct can be investigated.

These reports are not checked 24/7. For emergencies, please call 911. The university assumes no liability for emergency situations requiring immediate action reported through these forms.