Student Conduct and Intervention
Report an Incident
Academic violations are behaviors that include, but not limited to, cheating or plagiarism. General classroom misbehavior is considered a non-academic violation. If you are a faculty member, you are to complete the Academic Dishonesty Form/Faculty Scholastic Dishonesty Form.
Academic violations are behaviors that include, but not limited to, cheating or plagiarism. General classroom misbehavior is considered a non-academic violation. If you are a student reporting another student, you are to complete the Academic Dishonesty Form/Student Scholastic Dishonesty Form.
Faculty, staff, students, and community members are encouraged to use the CARE Report Form (Formerly BIT Report Form) to report behavior and hardships that they perceive with a student as concerning, worrisome, or threatening. For more information on what is meant by concerning or worrisome behavior, please visit the CARE Team page and review What to Watch For (Levels of Concern).
All Greek organizations are mandated to report the following allegations: harm to one's health and safety, hazing, illegal substances, Title IX, and underage drinking. The scope for filing these reports are as follows: chapter hosted events, philanthropy events, interfraternity council hosted events, chapter meetings, and chapter judicial meetings.
Non-academic violations are behaviors that include, but are not limited to, alcohol, disorderly conduct, drugs, hazing, harassment, physical violence, or other violations of the university policies, regulations, or rules. To report non-academic misconduct, please use the General Non-Academic Incident Reporting Form.
To report non-academic violations that occur within an on-campus living facility, please use the Residence Life Report Form. This will include violations of UT Tyler's alcohol/drug policy, disorderly conduct, and failure to comply within the residence hall/apartments.
Students may present complaints and grievances concerning their treatment by an employee or department related to their status as a student. Grievances should identify the basis of the dispute, including specific facts, and provide relevant documents or any other information pertinent to the matter.
Interpersonal violence includes dating violence, domestic violence, sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, or stalking behaviors. The Office of Title IX works to address interpersonal violence concerns. To report interpersonal violence, please use the Title IX Report Form.
Commitment to FERPA
The Office of Student Conduct and Intervention and the Campus Assessment, Response, and Evaluation (CARE) Team respects a student's right to privacy, and therefore, cannot provide information restricted by the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). FERPA is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student educational records and gives students (over the age of 18 or attending an institution of higher education) the right to access and correct their records. Other than directory information, information contained in the educational records cannot be shared without the students' written consent.Learn More...