Reporting Compliance Concerns

Loyola’s faculty, administrators, staff and students are responsible for helping to create and maintain an environment characterized by high standards of ethical behavior and compliance with federal, state and local laws and University policies.

All members of the University Community are encouraged to report any behavior in violation of the law or University policy promptly. Examples of behavior in violation of the law or University policy include:

  • Any activity undertaken by an employee or agent of the University which may be in violation of local, state or federal law or regulation (such as theft, fraud, or misappropriate or misuse of University assets)
  • Conduct that may violate University policies or otherwise place the University at risk
  • Concerns you have raised with appropriate people, but which have not been corrected
  • A situation that feels wrong and makes you uncomfortable

Raising such concerns is a service to the University and University policy provides that no faculty, staff, administrator or student may be subjected to reprisal or retaliation for making a good faith report or inquiry relating to potential or suspected improper conduct.

If you have information about behavior in violation of the law or University policy, the preferred method of reporting these concerns is to speak with your supervisor or an appropriate person in the department that has oversight authority for the policy or activity to which your concern relates. If you are uncomfortable talking directly with your supervisor or another manager, you may contact the University's Ethics Point. The Ethics Point provides a confidential, anonymous mechanism for reporting concerns about any aspect of University compliance that you are uncomfortable raising through regular channels. You may file an anonymous report online by selecting the appropriate category from the list to the right, or by calling 888-263-8680.

To Make a Report

Select the appropriate category from the list below:
Scroll down for additional categories.
Accounting & Financial
Accounting and Auditing Matters, Falsification of Contracts, Reports or Records, Fraud, Improper Disclosure of Financial Records , Improper Giving or Receiving of Gifts, Improper Supplier or Contractor Activity, Theft / Embezzlement, Waste, Abuse or Misuse of Institute Resources, Donor Stewardship, or other similar issues.
Conflict of Interest, Data Privacy, Environmental and Safety Matters, Fraud, Intellectual Property Infringement, Misappropriation or Disclosure, Human or Animal Research, Research Grant Misconduct or Misappropriation of Costs, Scientific Misconduct, or other similar issues.
Human Resources
Discrimination or Harassment, EEOC or ADA Matters, Employee Misconduct, Nepotism, Offensive or Inappropriate Communication, Sexual Harassment, Threat or Inappropriate Supervisor Directive, Time Abuse, Unsafe working conditions, Violence or Threat, Conflict of Interest, Employee Benefits Abuses, Workers Compensation or Disability Benefits Abuses, or other similar issues.
Fraudulent Activities, Improper Giving or Gifts, Inappropriate Activities, Misuse of Assets, Players or Endorsements, Recruiting Misconduct, Scholarship / Financial Aid Misconduct, Sexual Misconduct, Substance Abuse, or other similar issues.
Risk and Safety Matters
Confidentiality, Data Privacy, Disclosure of Confidential Information, Environmental and Safety Matters, Improper Supplier or Contractor Activity, Improper Use of Intellectual Property, Copyright Violations or Software Piracy, Public Safety, Sabotage or Vandalism, Unsafe working conditions, or other similar issues.
Healthcare Fraud, Research Misconduct, Sponsored Projects Non-Compliance, Patient Abuse/Physical or Verbal, Patient Care , HIPAA, or other similar issues.
Information Technology
Data Privacy/Integrity, Malicious/Inappropriate Use of Technology, Misuse of Resources, Software Piracy/ Intellectual Property Infringement, or other similar issues.
Academic Affairs
Alcohol/Drug Abuse, Cheating/ Plagiarism, Credentials Misrepresentation, Hazing, Student Safety, Student Travel, Terrorism, Academic Misconduct, or other similar issues.

After you complete your report you will be assigned a unique code called a "report key." Write down your report key and password and keep them in a safe place. After 5-6 business days, use your report key and password to check your report for feedback or questions.

EthicsPoint is NOT a 911 or Emergency Service:
Do not use this site to report events presenting an immediate threat to life or property. Reports submitted through this service may not receive an immediate response. If you require emergency assistance, please contact your local authorities.