Report an Incident
The forms listed below can be used to report an incident.
Not sure how to categorize a behavior, or which form to complete? Contact the Office of Student Affairs at (630) 617-3187 for assistance.
Report Concerning and Worrisome Behavior
Faculty, staff, students and other community members can report behavior perceived as concerning or worrisome to the Case Manager in the Office of Student Affairs using the Student of Concern Report Form.
Report a Non-Academic Violation
Non-academic violations are behaviors that include, but are not limited to, alcohol, disorderly conduct, drugs, hazing, harassment, physical violence or other violations of Elmhurst College’s policies found in the Elmhurst College Student Handbook. To report non-academic misconduct, please use the Student Conduct Report Form.
Report an Academic Integrity Violation
Academic violations are behaviors that include, but are not limited to, cheating, fabrication, collusion and plagiarism. General classroom misbehavior is considered to be a non-academic violation. To view the Code of Academic Integrity, please see the Elmhurst College Student Handbook. To report academic misconduct, please use the Academic Integrity Violation Report Form.
Report Sexual Misconduct or Interpersonal Violence
Sexual misconduct and interpersonal violence include sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking. All hourly and full-time faculty, staff (other than those in Student Health Services and Counseling Services, and the Confidential Advisor), contract vendor employees, and students identified as Head Residents, Resident Advisers, ELSA Community Advisors, Orientation Student Leaders, and Orientation Transfer Leads are considered responsible employees, meaning they are required to report any alleged incidents of sexual misconduct or interpersonal violence. To report any one of these instances, please use the Title IX Report Form.
Report a Bias Incident
A bias incident is behavior or speech that expresses hostility, harms, or has the potential to harm an individual or group based upon actual or perceived identity characteristics. This includes race, color, religion, creed, sex, age, marital status, national origin, mental or physical disability, political belief or affiliation, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, genetic information, or any other class protected from discrimination under state or federal law. Examples of potential bias incidents include targeted graffiti or vandalism, homophobic or sexist jokes, racist epithets, or religious slurs. Any Elmhurst College community member who experiences or witnesses a potential bias incident between or among campus community members should report using the Bias Incident Report Form.
Report Threatening Behavior
The Threat Assessment Team is a campus-wide team that provides recommendations for action, and coordinates campus resources in response to reports of disruptive or threatening behavior displayed by students, staff, faculty, or visitors. To submit a threat assessment referral, please use the Threat Assessment Team Referral Form.