Reporting Options

Hate and Bias Reporting

If you believe you have experienced, witnessed, or received information regarding a bias or hate-related incident, you are encouraged to report the experience here.

Bias reporting to HHS, click here(Contact information is optional and required only if you would like follow up regarding the incident. Please do not complete these fields if you wish to remain anonymous.)

Vice President for Ethics and Compliance

The Purdue University Office of the Vice President for Ethics and Compliance ensures equal access and opportunity, ethical behavior, and compliance, and strives to uphold the highest standards of integrity. To find more information on university policies, education and training, and resources on ethics and compliance, click here.

Purdue Title IX: Gender-based Harassment and Discrimination

Title IX is a federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination based on an individual’s gender in any educational setting that receives federal assistance. The law specifically states that:

“No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance” (Office for Civil Rights).

If you would like to submit an incident report, request a complaint form, or discuss your options, please visit the Purdue Title IX website.

Speak Up Purdue Hotline

The Speak Up Hotline (1-866-818-2620) offers individuals a way to anonymously report suspected fraud, waste, academic integrity, misconduct, misuse, and regulatory noncompliance. Information submitted via the hotline is routed to an external company then relayed to the internal audit office.

Local Reporting Options

Various avenues for reporting concerns or violations of Purdue policies such as research misconduct, criminal matters, employment matters, health and safety, etc. may be accessed here.

Purdue Graduate School-Report a Concern

Sometimes students may face challenges in their academic or personal life. These challenges may disrupt the student’s ability to function and/or succeed in their current environment. If you see changes in a student’s behavior that are cause for concern, you are encouraged to report them here. For other resources to assist students who may face challenges, download the Student of Concern Reporting Guide or visit the Student Support Services site.

Purdue Graduate School Ombuds Services

Students who have concerns about any aspect of their graduate experience and would like to seek informal, neutral, confidential council, may access the Ombuds Services in the Office of Graduate Assistance.

Purdue Faculty Ombudsperson

The Purdue Faculty Ombudsperson is available to lend a listening ear to faculty who need a safe space to discuss workplace issues. The ombudsperson offers guidance and assistance with conflict resolution.

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