EthicsLine Reporting Hotline
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All student, faculty, or staff incidents related to discrimination or sexual/gender-based misconduct of any kind (including all Title IX matters) should now be reported using this reporting form and will be addressed by the Office for Equity and Compliance.

Our Commitment

Loyola University Chicago has implemented EthicsLine Reporting Hotline, through a third-party internet & telephone hotline provider, to provide you with an automated and anonymous way to report activities that may involve misconduct or violations of Loyola University policy. You may file an anonymous report here on-line or by dialing 855-603-6988. (within the United States, Guam, and Puerto Rico)

The University is committed to the highest ethical and professional standards of conduct as an integral part of its mission of , expanding knowledge in the service of humanity through learning, justice and faith. To achieve this goal, the University relies on each community member's ethical behavior, honesty, integrity and good judgment. Each community member should demonstrate respect for the rights of others.

The University strongly encourages all faculty, staff, students, administrators or other concerned parties to use this Reporting Hotline to report suspected or wrongful acts of conduct by Loyola University Chicago community members. No University administrator, faculty, staff or student may interfere with the good faith reporting of suspected or actual wrongful conduct; no individual who makes such a good faith report shall be subject to retaliation, including harassment or any adverse employment, academic or educational consequence, as a result of making a report. If you feel you are being retaliated against as a result of a matter that was originally handled and/or investigated by the Office for Equity and Compliance (OEC) please contact the OEC at For non-OEC matters, faculty should contact Faculty Administration at; staff should contact Human Resources at and students should contact the Dean of Students at

Reports submitted via this Reporting Hotline will be handled as promptly and discreetly as possible, with facts made available only to those who need to investigate and resolve the matter. Loyola University Chicago is committed to safeguarding the confidentiality of individuals who submit reports. Due to the nature of certain claims, the University may be limited with respect to the actions it may be able to take in response to a report if the individual submitting the report does not wish to make his or her identity known.

All reports submitted through this Reporting Hotline will be carefully reviewed by Loyola University Chicago personnel. We encourage anyone making a report to return to this web site within 3-5 business days of filing a report using the Report Key assigned by the Reporting Hotline and your private password. The University may have information on your report, or may require further information from you in order to proceed with an investigation. Once the University completes its review, due to applicable confidentiality laws and privacy considerations, the University may only be able confirm that the case has been closed and appropriate action, as needed, has been taken.

To Make a Report

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.

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 or need to report a crime, please call 911 for Chicago Police or 44-911 for campus police or call your local authorities.

If your report is regarding gender-based discrimination or misconduct, please review the following critical information regarding your rights and resources: