Reporting Ethical Concern
Holding others accountable for maintaining an ethical campus is imperative to our success. Unethical practices at CSU can fall into several categories — each with its own method of reporting:
- Complaints of possible conflicts of interest, fraud, waste, abuse and harassment can be reported through either the CSU Ethics Reporting Hotline of the USG Board of Regents Ethics Reporting Hotline. More information is available on the USG Board of Regents Business Procedures website on the process and protections for those reporting wrongdoings.
- Complaints relating to possible sexual misconduct, harassment and other Title IX-related complaints can be reported via Maxient.
Complaints involving possible discrimination, harassment or retaliation can be reported to either to Carole Clerie, Chief Human Resources Officer or to the universities Chief Legal Officer in the Office of Legal Affairs, Ethics and Compliance. More information about reporting discrimination and harassment complaints can be found on our Non-Discrimination and Harassment Prevention page.