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Auburn University Ethics Line
Auburn University has selected EthicsPoint to provide a simple, anonymous way for employees to confidentially report activities that may involve certain improper conduct or violation of Auburn University’s policies. You may file a report on this site or by calling toll-free 1-866-294-4871.
Auburn University considers employee concerns very important and desires your cooperation in resolving such issues. However, this hotline service does not replace or supersede existing reporting methods on campus. Employees are encouraged to bring concerns to their supervisor, Human Resources, or other campus entities as appropriate. In addition, certain categories of concerns cannot be reported through this hotline. Please direct the following areas of concern to the appropriate office noted below.
Reports not accepted via this hotline service include the following:
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Financial Matters Accounting or internal control issues, fraud, theft, or other financial issues.
Regulatory Confidentiality issues, research grant misappropriations, falsification of contracts, and similar issues.
Human Resources Payroll misappropriations, leave misappropriations, and similar issues.
Athletics Violations concerning NCAA regulations.
Hazing Any activities, rituals or practices by AU related organizations, clubs, or groups that could be considered hazing.
Other Other issues of a similar nature which do not seem to fit the above categories.

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.
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Auburn University asserts that reports submitted via EthicsPoint will be handled promptly and discretely. No retaliatory action will be taken against anyone for reporting or inquiring in good faith about potential breaches of Auburn University’s policies or seeking guidance on how to handle suspected breaches. Reports submitted through EthicsPoint will be given careful attention by Auburn University with the objective of correcting the situation being reported, if facts can be corroborated. Employees are expected to use good judgment in the use of this reporting system.