Report or Refer
We encourage our community of Knights to reach out for support and report or refer a student of concern, dangerous or disruptive behavior, issues of academic misconduct, or other behavior that may negatively impact the campus community and beyond. Some of these reporting options and resources are confidential. If you have questions or concerns about which may be the appropriate reporting option, do not hesitate to contact UCF Cares to learn more.
Please remember, these reporting forms are not monitored 24/7. If this is an emergency or you need immediate assistance, please call 911 or the 24 hour crisis hotline at 407-823-2811.
The Student of Concern Process allows students, staff, faculty, and UCF community members to report concerning behavior exhibited by a student. If you are aware that a student is experiencing challenges or difficulties that concern you, please report the concern using the Student of Concern Form. The entire UCF community will benefit. It is our goal to intervene before the student reaches a crisis level. Examples of concerning behavior includes but is not limited to the following: a student exhibiting behavior significantly out of character, acting peculiar (and this is cause for alarm), displaying unhealthy or dangerous patterns of behavior, or continuing to seem distressed despite prior referrals made.
The Office of Student Conduct handles complaints against University of Central Florida students and student groups but not faculty or staff. The complaint must indicate a possible violation of one or more of the Rules of Conduct or Conduct Regulations of Student Organizations located in the Golden Rule Student Handbook.
When an instructor becomes aware of an alleged violation of student academic behavior standards and before any academic action is taken, the instructor must decide if the behavior warrants formal documentation through the Alleged Academic Misconduct Report (AAMR) Form by identifying the alleged misconduct violations and proposing course sanctions. Academic misconduct includes but is not limited to cheating, plagiarism, assisting another in cheating or plagiarism, and commercial use of academic materials.
Title IX protects people from discrimination based on sex in education programs or activities that receive federal financial assistance. Sex-based discrimination can include sexual assault, relationship abuse, stalking, and sexual harassment, which the Golden Rule Student Handbook categorizes as sexual misconduct and/or interpersonal violence. All disclosures of these types of incidents are taken seriously.
Report an Incident to the UCF Police Department
UCF Police Department patrols and operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Contact us anytime at (407) 823-5555. In an emergency, dial 911.
To ensure the UCF Creed is maintained to the highest degree, UCF does not condone hazing in any form. Hazing is an abuse of power and relationships, and its purpose is to demean others. Hazing has no place at the University of Central Florida. Any acts of hazing by any UCF student or student group/club/organization/sports/fraternity/sorority/athletic team will not be tolerated.
If you feel you, or someone you know has been hazed, you can report hazing by one of the three (3) methods below:
- File an Incident ReportTo file a hazing incident report, please use OSC’s Incident Reporting Form.
- Call the Anti-Hazing HotlineTo report a hazing incident by phone please contact the hazing hotline 407-823-0568. Calls are answered by a staff member on business days between the hours of 8am and 5pm. If you call outside of the office hours and leave your name and contact information, you will receive a phone call during the next business day.
- Email the Anti-Hazing AccountTo report a hazing incident by email, please send your concerns to email@example.com.
The University Ombuds Office provides all members of the university community (students, staff, faculty, and others) an informal, independent, confidential, neutral office that offers assistance and impartial advice regarding concerns related to the University. The University Ombuds Officer will listen to concerns and will facilitate resolution of problems. All proceedings in individual cases will be held confidential by the Ombuds Officer, unless authorized by the complainant or otherwise required by applicable law, including without limitation, Chapter 119, Florida Statutes.