UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls

Student Conduct and Community Standards

Reporting Concerns

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.

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

 

Option 1 - General Student Concern Form

This form is used to report any non-emergency concerns involving a UWRF student whether it be related to on-campus or off-campus situations. 

Reasons you might fill out this form include:

  • Violation of university or residence life policy
  • A concern for a student's health or well being
  • Concerns of academic misconduct
  • If you believe you have been a victim of hazing or know someone who has
  • Other concerns not listed above

Report a Concern

 

Option 2 - Mandated Reporting Form

This form is used to report allegations of Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment, Sexual Exploitation, Dating Violence, Domestic Violence, or Stalking. 

Wisconsin Statute 36.11 (22)  requires all university employees and some student employees, who witness a sexual assault involving a student or recieve a report from a student who has been sexually assaulted, to report the assault. 

Students wanting to self-report a sexual assault, or other sexually-based incident, please click here

Mandated Reporting Form

 

Option 3 - Bias Incident Reporting

This form is used for recipients of, or witnesses of, a bias incident including hate crimes to report the incident to the University. 

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.

Bias Incident


 

Contact Us

Student Conduct and Community Standards
sccs@uwrf.edu
715-425-4844
M-F, 7:45 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
310 South Hall

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