Santa Clara University is committed to maintaining a safe living and learning environment. This is achieved in part by responding to the individual needs of students, faculty, and staff and addressing issues that impact the campus community. This website provides access to multiple reporting forms for collecting information about issues impacting students, faculty, and staff and/or the community as a whole.
The Office of Student Life receives reports regarding Academic Integrity, General Student Misconduct, and Students of Concern and responds promptly. In some cases, the Office of student Life will work with another campus department(s) to coordinate the appropriate response.
The Office of EEO and Title IX receives reports regarding Bias Incident and/or Hate Crime, and Harassment, Discrimination, Sexual Misconduct, and Retaliation and responds promptly. In some cases, the Office of EEO and Title IX will work with another campus department(s) to coordinate the appropriate response.
Academic Integrity: This report form is for reporting an academic integrity violation of the Student Conduct Code by a Santa Clara University student. Faculty are directed to use this form when reporting an academic integrity violation intheir course. Anyone else who has information about an academic integrity violation is invited to use the form to file a report.
General Student Misconduct
General Student Misconduct: This report form is for reporting other types of student misconduct that are not consistent with the expectations in the Student Conduct Code. More information about the Student Conduct Code and the University's Statement of Community Values is available in the .
Student of Concern
Student of Concern: This report form is for referring a student who may be struggling with academic, personal, or emotional difficulties or who may be exhibiting concerning behavior. Students are encouraged to use this form as a self-referral if unsure where to get help.
Harassment, Discrimination, Sexual Misconduct, and Retaliation
Harassment, Discrimination, Sexual Misconduct, and Retaliation: This form is designed to provide students, employees, faculty, vendors, visitors, or others with an online method to report specific information related to an alleged incident(s) of discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct, or retaliation.
Access to Emergency Meal Funds is available through the Office of Student Life for students who are experiencing food insecurity - the lack of reliable access to sufficient quantities of affordable, nutritious food. For more information and to request help, click here.