CSU-Pueblo Alumni Association

The CSU-System Commitment

Emergency Situation:

If you are concerned for the immediate safety of yourself or others, please dial 911.

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The CSU System provides the Compliance Reporting for employees, students, and constituents to report issues, in good faith, regarding compliance with laws, regulations, and policies.
This Reporting Hotline allows anyone to report issues anonymously if they wish to do so. The issues reported will be reviewed by the appropriate officials to determine if further investigation and actions are warranted.

What is Reportable?

The Reporting and Compliance Hotline may be used to report the following types of issues:

  • Conflicts of interest or fiscal misconduct by CSU System or employees
  • Violations of federal or state law or regulations
  • Serious or recurring violations of Board of Governors policy, or applicable institutional policy, in the performance of official duties
  • Research or scientific misconduct
  • Waste of resources, funds or property
  • Serious or recurring abuse of official authority
  • Public safety issues

The following are examples of issues that are not appropriate for reporting:

  • Course/teaching evaluations
  • Employee evaluations
  • Immediate threats to persons or property (please contact the police immediately)
  • Personal opinions of faculty or staff
  • Salary administration
  • Any in-progress crime, and any crimes against persons such as assault, threats, etc. These should be reported to the local or campus Police immediately by dialing 911.

How Can I Report a Possible Violation?

Select one of the three methods for reporting provided below and follow the directions provided. Whatever method you choose, please be specific in your report, including the names of the institution and employees involved, dates of occurrences, and law or policy in question.