General Student Conduct and/or Student Group Conduct Reporting
To file an incident report you must be able to answer “Yes” to the following questions:
- I am a student, faculty, or staff member of the University of Minnesota Duluth.
- I understand that the respondent may have access to my complaint.
- All of the information I provide will be accurate to the best of my knowledge.
If you answered yes to each of these items, you can complete an incident report by clicking the link:
Scholastic Dishonesty Reporting
If you are an instructor reporting Scholastic Dishonesty, follow this procedure and file the
Sexual Misconduct/Title IX Reporting
The Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action receives reports of sexual misconduct involving members of the UMD community. Reports may be made to UMD's EOAA Associate and Title IX Coordinator, Corey Christensen, via email to [email protected], via phone (218) 726-8809, or through the UReport online form.
What happens when you report an incident?
The Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution receives your report and will make contact with you to confirm receipt. Your report will be thoroughly reviewed by OSCCR staff to determine how to respond to the report, including whether to respond through an informal problem-solving process or a formal investigation and hearing procedure. OSCCR will determine the appropriate procedure for addressing your concerns with consideration of the following factors: 1) Whether or not the report identifies currently enrolled students or student groups; 2) the amount of and types of information provided in the report, 3) whether or not the report identifies time, place and manner of the alleged incident; 4) whether or not the incident is currently in process; 5) if the reporting party is anonymous or has requested anonymity, was enough information provided to proceed with further inquiry; 6) the nature and severity of the reported conduct; 7) whether the conduct has been previously addressed with the respondent (s); 8) academic freedom and free speech protections; 9) the potential for recurrence of the conduct; 10) the actual and potential impact of the conduct; 11) the potential impact of using investigative or problem-solving approaches to address the report; 12) the preferences of the complainant; 13) whether the respondent was acting within a student-employment context, and finally; 14) whether there is any jurisdiction for a formal investigation and hearing procedure, as defined by the Board of Regents: Student Conduct Code.
Not sure whether to report?
If you are unsure whether or not you should report an incident, or what may happen if you do, you are welcome to contact us for further guidance via email at [email protected] or call 218-726-7255.