Maricopa County Community College District

The Maricopa Community Colleges are proud to serve the citizens of Maricopa County. Along with our mission of providing access to higher education and training, we are also committed to demonstrating responsibility and public stewardship to all of the communities that we serve. We value the dedication that our employees have in building and delivering successful learning environments for our students.

Each member of the Maricopa family is a key partner in fostering an environment for public accountability. If you have observed activities or practices that may compromise our values of honesty and integrity as stewards of public resources, we want you to feel free to bring forward those concerns anonymously. When employees voice concerns or provide information about matters that may be occurring within our college system, they play an important role in helping to resolve situations before they escalate. Such concerns may include:

  • Violations of policies, procedures or administrative regulations
  • Suspected wrongdoing by another employee
  • Misuse of public resources (i.e., facilities, technology, worktime)
  • Fraud or theft of property
  • Unsafe working conditions
  • Systemic operational problems

The Maricopa Community Colleges offer anonymous reporting via Maricopa EthicsPoint. Calls and reports will be taken by representatives of Navex Global. Once submitted, concerns are dispatched to the District’s Office of Public Stewardship for review and vetting. Questions about this service may be directed to 480-731-8880.


Some workplace matters can be resolved when the parties come together and work through issues. Maricopa offers an interest-based approach to resolving some person to person or team interactions. This approach focuses on encouraging participants to work together with a mediator or facilitator (“neutral”) to manage conflict, engage in joint problem-solving, and to make decisions collaboratively.

These services are available to residential and adjunct faculty, full and part-time staff, administration, departments, and cross-functional work teams in an effort to support collegial and respectful working environments.

Mediation and facilitation services are:

  • Confidential, where appropriate
  • Solution focused
  • Informal

Services may be requested voluntarily or offered as part of formal resolution processes. If you wish to make a request for Mediation and Facilitation services or to obtain further information, you may file under the Employee Relations category in EthicsPoint or contact

Are you a student attending one of the Maricopa Community Colleges? If you have a concern regarding a grade or other matter involving the classroom such as a grade or an instructor's performance, such matters are addressed according to the Instructional Grievance Process.

To Make a Report


By Phone

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.