UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
The University of Wisconsin - River Falls promotes a culture of reporting that encourages students, faculty, staff, and community members to report concerns about the welfare and safety of our campus community. Concerns may include, but are not limited to: student conduct, student mental health, student physical health, and/or other concerns affecting the greater campus community. To report concerns please complete the web-based, Report a Concern Form below.
Wisconsin Statute 36.11 (22) requires all university employees, including some student employees who:
- witness a sexual assault involving a student or
- receive a report from a student who has been sexually assaulted,
to report the assault using the web-based Mandated Reporting Form below. Forms should be filled out appropriately and submitted via the electronic submission to Jennifer Larimore, Title IX Coordinator and Director of University Integrity and Compliance.
Students wanting to self-report a sexual assault, or other sexually-based incident, please click here.
The University of Wisconsin - River Falls encourages anyone who is the recipient of or witnesses a bias incident, including hate crimes, to report the incident to the University. To do so individuals should complete the web-based, Bias Incident Reporting Form below, no matter the severity of the incident.
A bias incident is defined as "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." Identity may include race, color, ethnicity, religion, disability, nationality, language, gender, sexual orientation, group affiliation, and/or other similar factors.
For more information about UWRF, and its commitment to promoting an inclusive campus, visit the Center of Diversity, Inclusion, & Belonging.
If you require immediate medical, police, or other emergency services, call:
Emergency Dispatch: 911
University Police: 715-425-3133
City of River Falls Police: 715-425-0909