All reports submitted via EthicsPoint will be handled promptly. Be sure to retain your report key and password and return to this website 10 business days after filing a report to check for comments or follow-up questions.
Accounting or internal control issues, fraud, theft, or other financial issues.
Employee or supervisor misconduct, payroll or leave violations, substance abuse, threats, or similar matters.
A conflict of interest is defined as a situation in which a person, such as an employee or a family member, has a private or personal interest sufficient to appear to influence the objective exercise of his or her official duties. (Examples include nepotism, inappropriate vendor relations, inappropriate or undisclosed relationships with contractors, bribery, misuse of confidential information).
Billing compliance concerns, research participant concerns, animal research violations, HIPAA violations, or unsafe working conditions.
Unauthorized access to TTUHSC EI computer systems. Unauthorized access to or disclosure of data, including personally identifiable student or employee information.
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The following concerns will not be accepted via this hotline service. These concerns should be reported using the existing institutional policies and procedures designed to effectively address them.
TTUHSC El Paso faculty should address grievances in accordance with the faculty grievance procedures published in the Faculty Handbook of their school. Please click on the policy links below for additional information:
TTUHSC El Paso staff employees who have a complaint pertaining to any work-related problems should contact their supervisor first and attempt a resolution. If a resolution is not reached, click on the policy link below for the appropriate procedures to report your complaint.
Students are encouraged to attempt to resolve concerns directly with the individual(s) or department(s) involved. In general, students should direct their questions to the persons responsible for the individual or department. If no resolution is reached, the student should then contact:
Faculty, staff, and student employees who have a grievance pertaining to unlawful discrimination or other violations of the law that adversely affect their employment should click on the policy link below for appropriate procedures to report your grievance.
Prior to filing a formal grievance, faculty, staff, and student employees may consult with the Office of Equal Employment Opportunity at the Texas Tech University System.
Under the United States Code of Federal Regulations, Title IX states that, "No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance." 20 USCA § 1681
For more information on Title IX and appropriate procedures to report a grievance, contact:
Please click on the policy link below for the appropriate procedures to report misconduct in research:
Concerns may also be directed to the Office of Research Resources: