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Follow-up on a Report Board of Regents Policies and University Regulations FAQs

To Make a Report


By Phone:

Dial toll-free, within the United States, Guam, Puerto Rico and Canada: 855-251-5719

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.

Our Commitment

The University of Alaska System is committed to an environment where open, honest communications are the expectation, not the exception. We want you to feel comfortable in approaching your supervisor or management in instances where you believe violations of policies or standards have occurred.

In situations where you prefer to place an anonymous report in confidence, you are encouraged to use this hotline, hosted by a third party hotline provider, EthicsPoint. You are encouraged to submit reports relating to Board of Regents policies, university regulations or procedures, any applicable federal, state, borough, or city violations, and any other regulations that may apply to University programs.

The University prohibits retaliation or reprisal for making a report in good faith. The University expects that reports made through the hotline will be made in a good faith effort to address legitimate issues needing corrective action.

The information you provide will be sent to us by EthicsPoint on a totally confidential and anonymous basis if you should choose.

You have our guarantee that your concerns will be heard. However, please know that the hotline may not resolve all issues. Individual reports may require resolution through formal dispute mechanisms, and the timelines for these formal processes must be followed.