Safety is a top priority for all students, employees, and visitors. If you are experiencing an area of concern, please let us know through one of the options provided below.
If this is an emergency, please call 911 and notify UCC Security at 541-440-7777.
Chief of Security – Scott Fray; Warehouse, 541-440-7794, [email protected]
Report a Student Conduct Violation
Non-academic violations are behaviors that include but are not limited to, disruptive classroom behavior, alcohol, disorderly conduct, drugs, hazing, harassment, physical violence, student-to-student issues or other violations of college policies, regulations, or rules.
Report an Academic Integrity Violation
Academic violations are behaviors that include but are not limited to, cheating, plagiarism, or falsifying official records related to the College. For more examples please refer to Administrative Procedure #5506.
General Complaint Form
Please use this form for general issues and complaints NOT related to the Standards of Student Conduct. Examples include but are not limited to facilities complaint, complaints related to non-academic services, a student-to-student issue etc.
Student of Concern Form (CARES Team)
Please use this form if you are concerned about a student’s well-being, know of a student struggling mentally, financially.
Sexual Harassment Under Title IX Reporting Form
This form should be used to report concerns pertaining to possible violations of Umpqua Community College’s Sexual Harassment Under Title IX Policy such as gender-based discrimination, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, unwelcome conduct based on sex/gender/gender identity, quid pro quo harassment, retaliation, or other forms of sexual misconduct.
Students may use this form to report complaints involving, but not limited to, financial aid, interactions with College employees or faculty members, course grades, violations of Board Policy, and/or Administrative Procedures.
Campus Security Reporting Form
Incidents involving employees, students, visitors, property & equipment. This is a confidential report and should not be a part of an employee’s personnel record. It is completed to allow UCC to obtain advice from legal counsel and for the protection of the institution and its employees from potential liability.