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To Make a Report

The process for reporting a potential fraud or other financial issue is as follows:

  • Employee contacts EthicsPoint one of two ways
    1. By phone at 1-855-297-5109 or
    2. Logging onto
  • Appropriate individuals at the College receive your report; within 5-6 business days the report will be reviewed and a determination will be made if an investigation is necessary.
    • If deemed no investigation is necessary, the report will be noted and closed.
    • If an investigation is deemed appropriate, this will begin 7-10 business days of the review of the report. Typically, an investigation should be concluded within 30 days of review.
  • As the reporter, you will receive a case number which can be used to monitor the status of the report anonymously.

If you have any questions or concerns about EthicsPoint, please refer to EthicsPoint FAQs for more information.

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.

Ursinus College EthicsPoint Reporting System

In keeping with the College's Mission and Values, Ursinus College has established a process for reporting suspected illegal or inappropriate financial matters which could have regulatory implications or could negatively impact the College. Although we encourage you to first discuss any concerns directly with your supervisor, we realize that this may not be practical in all cases. Therefore the Ursinus College EthicsPoint Reporting System provides an anonymous method for reporting concerns which are then forwarded to the appropriate College authority for investigation and resolution.

This Call Center and Tip Line are staffed by trained professionals who work for an outside independent organization called EthicsPoint. All reporting is anonymous, unless the reporter chooses to self-identify. EthicsPoint forwards all reports to the appropriate College personnel for review and investigation. The person making the report can inquire as to the status of their report using an automated system by having a case number that is assigned to that specific report. Safeguards are in place so that there are no conflicts of interest in the investigation process, although this procedure does not replace and/or supersede existing College policies.