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Our Commitment

Benedictine University relies on its faculty and staff to conduct business legally and ethically and in accordance with established policies and procedures. While we have internal controls and procedures in place to discourage and prevent improper conduct, every employee is responsible to report any illegal, unethical or improper activities. Should you become aware of any act or omission which you think violates the law or University policies or procedures, we urge you to speak with your supervisor, any senior University official or the Director of Personnel Resources. In situations where reporting through regular channels may be uncomfortable or otherwise inappropriate, the University has selected EthicsPoint to provide you with simple, anonymous and confidential reporting. This confidential Compliance Helpline service supplements, but does not replace or supersede, existing reporting methods.

ETHICSPOINT IS NOT A 911 OR EMERGENCY SERVICE

Do not use this site to report events presenting an immediate threat to life or property or other emergency. Reports submitted through this service may not receive an immediate response.

If you require emergency assistance at the Lisle/Moser campus call the Benedictine University Police at (630) 829-6666 or call 911.

At the Springfield campus call 911.

To Make a Report

You may file a report to Benedictine University via this Web site or by calling (866) 326-2747. Reports submitted via EthicsPoint will be handled as promptly and as confidentially as feasible, consistent with University policies and applicable federal, state and local laws. Benedictine University personnel will review all reports submitted through Ethics Point. EthicsPoint and Benedictine University are committed to safeguarding the confidentiality of individuals who submit reports, and if you desire, you may remain anonymous. However, please be aware that it may not be feasible for the University to complete its investigation and follow-up on certain types of reports if you choose to remain anonymous.

Benedictine University’s Whistleblower Protection Policy prohibits any form of retaliation against you for making a good faith report or inquiry about potential violations of applicable laws, rules or regulations, or of University policies.

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