UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
The University of Wisconsin River Falls encourages students, faculty, staff, and community members to report concerns regarding the welfare and safety of our students whenever concerns arise. The primary goal of the University is to promote a culture of reporting that aids in assisting students, addressing safety concerns, and addressing issues that are affecting the UWRF community.
The Report a Concern form can be used
to report general concerning behaviors of students that you would like the
University to know about. This could be regarding student conduct, mental
health, physical health, or any other general concerns that you have about
a student or the UWRF Community. To complete this form simply click on the "Report a Concern" button above and complete the web based form.
In Accordance with Wisconsin Statute 36.11 (22) all University employees, including some student employees (i.e., resident assistants and hall managers) who either:
- witness a sexual assault involving a student or
- receives a report from a student who has been sexually assaulted,
must report the incident via the Mandated Reporting Form to Gregg Heinselman, Title IX Coordinator and Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs. Additionally, students wishing to report a sexual assault, or other sexually based incident to the University should use the Mandated Reporting form to file a report.
To complete this form click on the "Mandated Reporter Form" button above. The form should be printed, filled out completely, and returned to the office of Gregg Heinselman, Title IX Coordinator
and Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, located in the University Center 170.
Contact Gregg Heinselman, Title IX Coordinator and Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, at 715-425-0720 with questions or concerns regarding the filing of this form.
If you have experienced or witnessed, an act committed against any
person, group, or property, that you believe discriminates, stereotypes,
harasses, or excludes anyone, based on some part of their *identity, please
report it using the Bias
Incident Reporting form. To complete this form simply click on the "Bias Incident" button above and complete the web based form.
*Identity may include race, color, ethnicity, religion, disability, nationality, language, gender, sexual orientation, group affiliation, and/or other similar factors.
Use the Bias Incident Reporting form no matter the severity of the incident. Any incident, including hate crimes, can be reported using this form.
For more information regarding the University's commitment to promoting a more inclusive campus please visit the office of Inclusive Campus Engagement.If you are in a situation that requires IMMEDIATE MEDICAL, POLICE, OR OTHER EMERGENCY SERVICES PLEASE CALL: