Report Concern or Incident
This form is for reporting acts of Academic Misconduct as defined in the Student Handbook and University Catalogs.
GENDER-BASED AND SEXUAL MISCONDUCT DISCRIMINATION (TITLE IX)
Northeastern State University encourages students, employees, parents, and friends of the community to report potential violations of the Gender-Based and Sexual Misconduct/ Discrimination (Title IX) policy by completing this form. Some examples of gender-based and sexual misconduct include, but are not limited to: sexual assault, hazing, harassment, and/or stalking.
Northeastern State University is committed to providing a college environment free from racial harassment. NSU does not tolerate harassment on the basis of race. Allegations of racial harassment will be investigated, and NSU will actively pursue reasonable efforts to prevent racial harassment and correct its discriminatory effects. If you believe you were subjected to racial harassment, you are encouraged to submit a report here and/or to NSU's Compliance Coordinator (email@example.com; 918-444-2120) and/or HR Director 918-444-2030.
This form is for reporting students who are not meeting academic expectations (as measured by attendance, test scores, academic effort, class engagement, etc.).
It is not appropriate to use this form for reporting concerning behaviors such as mental health concerns, threats to harm self or others, homelessness, lack of necessities, etc. If you wish to report something of that nature, please use the Behavioral Concerns form.
The Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) is a resource to confidentially report concerns. This form for reporting concerning behaviors such as mental health concerns, threats to harm self or others, homelessness, lack of necessities, or other concerning behaviors both in and out of the classroom.
This form is for general feedback, compliments, complaints, and other grievances not
covered by the other reporting options provided.
Students who have a concern regarding the English proficiency of an instructor are asked to use this form.
RUSO has selected EthicsPoint to serve as the RUSO Tip Line which provides an easy way for you to discreetly and confidentially report activities which you, in good faith believe, may be unethical, illegal or otherwise inappropriate behavior by university employees and/or contractors in violation of established policies.
At this time this form is not currently in use. Contact Student Affairs or Human Resources.
NSU Teacher Education Complaints/Concerns
This form is intended to be used for reporting complaints and/or concerns specific to NSU's Teacher Education program (clinical education / internship and cooperating teacher experiences, teacher education majors, etc.)