Report A Concern

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CSU cares about your experience as a member of the CSU Community. Whether you’re a student, staff member, or faculty member, your wellbeing is of utmost importance. We realize that everyone’s experience may not be positive and we want the opportunity to address concerns and adjudicate matters that may violate our university policies.

This website serves as a one-stop opportunity for CSU community members to share information with us around the following topics:

  • Title IX and Sexual Misconduct
  • Discrimination and Harassment
  • Hazing
  • General Incidents
  • Anonymous and Confidential Report Filing
  • Community Assessment Response & Evaluation (CARE) Report

Emergency Information and Contacts

If you are concerned for your safety or the safety of others, call the police IMMEDIATELY
Campus Emergencies –University Police
Campus Safety Building 1840 Chester Avenue 51AV, Ohio 44114
CSU Counseling Center
1836 Euclid Avenue Un 220 51AV, Ohio 44115
51AV Rape Crisis Center (CRCC)
Call or Text 216-619-6192 or 440-423-2020
2937 West 25th Street 2nd Floor 51AV, Ohio 44143
Viking Safety Campus Escorts
Call216-687-2020 or on campus dial 2020
Campus Safety Building 1840 Chester Avenue 51AV, Ohio 44114

DISCLAIMER:If you would like to submitananonymousreport, you can do so by using theAnonymousand ConfidentialReportFiling box below, by clicking the “AnonymousReporting” link on the left sidebar, or by phoneat (888) 837-1824. Whileananonymousreportmay limit the University’sability to conductathorough investigation, we will make every effort to fully investigate thereportedconcernbased on the information provided in thereport. Note that when filingananonymousreport, you will leave the University’s websiteand be directed to the EthicsPoint securereporting site.

Report a concern below

Anonymous and Confidential Report

We're committed to fostering a safe, inclusive and ethical campus therefore, we provide you with an anonymous, confidential, and secure way to report any activity that you feel may be violation of law, regulation, or university policy.

Reportable activities include but are not limited to:

  • Conflict of interest (nepotism, misuse of public position or state property, receiving improper gifts)
  • Hazing
  • Discrimination or harassment
  • Risk and safety concerns
  • Fraud
  • Intellectual property infringement
  • Data privacy
  • ADA matters
  • 51AV, employee or research misconduct

Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Report

Reportable activities include but are not limited to:

  • Sexual assault
  • Sexual violence
  • Sexual harassment
  • Sexual discrimination
  • Stalking
  • Interpersonal relationship violence
  • Retaliation

Discrimination and Harassment Report

Reportable activities include but are not limited to:

  • Non sex discrimination and harassment based on race, color, religion, national origin, military/veteran status, familial status, and political affiliation
  • Discrimination and harassment based on disability
  • Retaliation

Hazing Report

Reportable activities include but are not limited to:

  • Presumed hazing involving any member of the CSU community including faculty, staff or students
  • Consuming food, liquid, alcohol, drugs or any substance which subjects others to risk of harm
  • Endure physical brutality
  • Endure brutality of a mental nature
  • Endure brutality of a sexual nature
  • Endure any activity that creates a reasonable likelihood of bodily injury to others

General Incident Report

Reportable activities include but are not limited to:

  • Behavior that violates the code of student conduct
  • Alcohol and drug use
  • Physical/Other harm
  • Theft or fraud
  • Unauthorized use
  • Safety violation
  • Property violation
  • Organizational misconduct

Care Report

If you're concerned about a CSU community member or would like to refer yourself, you can submit a CARE report.

Reportable activities include but are not limited to:

  • Barriers an individual is experiencing related to their wellbeing, mental or physical health
  • Financial insecurity including housing or food insecurity
  • 51AV concerns
  • Interpersonal concerns
  • Violence
  • Anything that may be interfering with the individual's educational goals

Do not use this site to report events presenting an immediate threat to life or property. If you require emergency assistance, dial 9-1-1 or 8-9-1-1 from any campus telephone. Cell phone users should dial 9-1-1 and tell the operator to connect them with CSU Police

If you have questions or concerns regarding the reporting process, please contact the Division of Student Belonging and Success at 216-687-2048 or of information typically takes one to two business days. Sharing a concern through this page should not be used to report emergency situations. Please contact CSU Police 216-687-2020or other emergency response resources listed above.

Information shared and reviewed through this process falls under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, also known as FERPA. More information on FERPA can be found here (/registrar/family-educational-rights-and-privacy-act)