To Make a Report

You may use either of the following two methods to submit a report:

  • Select the "Make a Report" link at the top of this web page.
  • OR
  • Dial toll-free, within the United States, Guam, Puerto Rico and Canada: 855-388-2710

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: For emergency assistance with an immediate threat to life or property, call 911. For non-emergency assistance on campus call UOPD 541-346-2919. Reports submitted through this service may not receive an immediate response. The UO Emergency Procedures guide is available online: emc.uoregon.edu

Our Commitment

The University of Oregon (UO) is an organization with strong values of responsibility and integrity. We are 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 are not comfortable reporting to your supervisor or management, you are encouraged to report through our third-party hotline, hosted by EthicsPoint. You are encouraged to submit reports relating to violations stated in our Code of Ethics (available here).

Through that hotline, you may also receive guidance related to policies and procedure, or provide positive suggestions and stories.

It is important to know that employees who make a good faith reports of suspected fraud, waste, or abuse are protected from retaliation in accordance with university policy and state law.

The information you provide will be sent to the Office of Internal Audit by EthicsPoint. The Office of Internal Audit follows up on all reports made through the hotline. Information will be kept confidential to the extent possible, consistent with the need to conduct an adequate investigation and in accordance with applicable law.

A comprehensive listing of institution-wide policies are listed in the UO policy library. The Oregon Government Ethics Commission guide for public officials, which discusses ORS Chapter 244, may be found here.

See the EthicsPoint FAQs for more information.