Below is a list of categories for reporting concerns related to fraud, waste, and abuse. This list is intended to assist you in identifying the type of issue that matches your concern.

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University of Oregon
Academic Misconduct Falsifying entrance or placement exams; utilizing an assumed name; arranging for fraudulent academic credit or falsification of transcripts; inappropriate academic assistance from an institutional staff member.
Eligibility Matters Matters impacting the amateurism status (e.g., competition as a professional athlete; receipt of prize money or other training/competition related monies over and above actual and necessary expenses) of a student-athlete.
Financial Aid Misconduct Improper inducement of benefits or financial aid. Unusual or disparate treatment for one student-athlete and not for others in loans, transportation or housing benefits.
Gambling or Fraudulent Activities Activities designed to influence the outcome of sports activities; organized gambling by either student-athletes or athletic department staff.
Improper Giving or Gifts Items or services given, received or solicited for the benefit of a student-athlete or a student-athlete's family or friends; items given, received or solicited during or in connection with signing negotiations; the acceptance of cash, checks, discounts, money orders, vouchers, gift certificates, services, loans, vehicles or transportation that are related to the individual's status as a student athlete and which are not permissible under NCAA legislation.
Inappropriate Agent Activities Impermissible interaction between agents, their runners or professional scouts and student-athletes off or on the field; arranging meetings between current student-athletes and agents, their runners or professional scouts; taking money for arranging introductions with agents, their runners or professional scouts; student-athlete accepting any benefit from an agent, runner or professional scout.
Misuse of Athletic Department Property, Endorsements Use of college sports equipment, uniforms or any other items owned by the institution for personal activities; exchange of complimentary athletic event tickets, gear or autograph(s) for any item of value, commercial product or service.
Recruiting Misconduct Giving, receiving or solicitation of items or services which could be reasonably interpreted as an effort to influence a recruiting decision; excessive communication or impermissible visits outside the recruiting period; undue duress or influence from alumni or unauthorized personnel.
Sexual Misconduct The making of unwanted and offensive sexual advances or of sexually offensive remarks or acts.
Substance Abuse Substance abuse is defined as the misuse of both legal and illegal drugs including alcohol. (Examples include: cocaine, narcotics, marijuana, stimulants or steroids)