Sexual Assault Resources FAQ Ethics & Compliance Website

THE PENN STATE UNIVERSITY HOTLINE:

1-800-560-1637

This site is maintained by a third party company for the purpose of gathering information regarding compliance concerns or alleged misconduct at Penn State University. You can choose to provide your name or remain anonymous.

You may also report compliance concerns by calling the Hotline at 1-800-560-1637. This toll-free number is staffed by live operators 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To report a sexual assault, please call 1-800-560-1637 and the operator will transfer you to a local sexual assault resource center.

It is the policy of the University to encourage and enable any member of the University faculty, staff, or student body to make good faith reports of suspected wrongful conduct, and to protect such individuals from retaliation for making such reports to the University or an appropriate authority.

If you need to follow up on a previously submitted report, click the Follow Up button above.

*Effective February 7, 2018 Penn State University and Hershey Medical Center will be implementing a new hotline system. Therefore, if this is a follow-up call to an existing issue, you will need to complete a new form on this site. Please provide the previous issue number that was assigned to your previous call so we can follow-up on this matter. Thank you for your patience.

Assistance

REPORTING A SEXUAL ASSAULT

To report a sexual assault, please call 1-800-560-1637 and the operator will transfer you to a local sexual assault resource center.

Instructions

REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION

The purpose of this hotline is to report compliance concerns or alleged misconduct at Penn State University. For general information inquiries, please call 814-865-4700. The number for Student Affairs is 814-865-0909.

Confidentiality

CONFIDENTIALITY AND RETALIATION

We do not track visitors to this website. You can choose to provide your name or remain anonymous. University policy encourages and enables any member of the University faculty, staff, or student body to make good faith reports of suspected wrongful conduct, and protects such individuals from retaliation.

Emergency

REPORTING AN EMERGENCY

Although the University takes every report we receive seriously, this is not a 911 or emergency service. Please call 911 if you need to report a critical situation.