Which Report is Right for You?
IF YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY: Contact MUPD at 304-696-4357 or 9-1-1.
Marshall University expects all members of its community to act in respectful and responsible ways toward one another, and has various ways community members can report concerns or violations. Marshall University is committed to providing programs, activities and an educational environment free from discrimination and harassment of any kind.
All violations of the Student Conduct of Conduct should be submitted through our general complaint form. If you have a complaint or concern and are not sure where to submit it, you can also submit it through this form as well.
Marshall University, in its continuing effort to seek equity in education and employment and also comply with Federal and State anti-discrimination legislation, has adopted a complaint procedure for the prompt and equitable investigation and resolution of allegations of discrimination, harassment and/or disparate treatment.
Behavioral Intervention Team
To promote the safety & health of its students, BIT addresses student behaviors that are disruptive and may include mental health and/or safety issues. As the eyes and ears of our community it is everyone’s responsibility to act and assist those students who show any type of behavior that could threaten their own safety or the well-being of the University community. We all play a vital role in ensuring the safety of our students.
What happens after I submit a report?
The Office of Student Conduct will investigate each complaint by reviewing the submitted report, gathering other information, and speaking to parties involved. If there are reasonable grounds to conclude there were violations of the Student Code of Conduct, charges will be brought against the respondent. If there are no reasonable grounds to conclude there were violations of the Student Code of Conduct, then the complaint may be sent to be resolved through informal channels, or dismissed.
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