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Reporting Social Misconduct

A student kicks the books of another student who is sitting on the floor studying.

How to Report Social Misconduct

Social misconduct is any misconduct that does not involve a student’s academic coursework.

 

Two Ways to Report

If you want to report social misconduct, you have two options:

  1. Submit an online report (preferred).
  2. Print a social misconduct report   form and bring it to our office in 111 Costo Hall.

Please Provide:

  • Location of Incident

    Location of Incident

    • Name and/or address of building
    • Specific location (room, hallway, parking lot, etc.)
  • People Involved

    People Involved

    • Include as much identifying information as possible:
      • Full names of anyone involved
      • Student ID numbers of anyone involved
      • Student organization name (if applicable)
      • Don’t forget to include witness information.
  • People/Agencies Notified

    People/Agencies Notified

    • List any people contacted or services sought (police, hospital, security, etc.).
  • Description of the Incident

    Description of the Incident

    • Keep the description factual and refrain from including editorial comments.
    • Include:
      • Who was involved
      • Where it happened
      • What happened (sequence of events, specific behavior, etc.) 
      • UCR personnel that were notified and when

After You Submit

After you submit a report, one of our staff coordinators will contact you with next steps and ensure we have everything needed to proceed. Your involvement after that point will vary on a case-by-case basis.

If You Need Help

You are welcome to connect with us with questions and concerns prior to completing a report! We can help.

Student Conduct and Academic Integrity Programs
111 Costo Hall
(951) 827-4208
conduct@ucr.edu

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