Reporting Concerns

"We together must commit to ensuring that the University of Notre Dame is a place where reports of any ethical or professional misbehavior are taken seriously, reported promptly, investigated professionally, and addressed appropriately. I ask you to join me in continuing to foster a culture at Notre Dame where doing the right thing—the ethical thing—informs all we do."

- Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., President

If you see something, say something.

How to Report

For University Employees:

If you have a concern and feel comfortable sharing it with your supervisor or another administrator, this can be a good place to begin.

For Notre Dame Students, Faculty, and Staff:

Contact the Office of Institutional Equity

The Office of Institutional Equity (OIE) is committed to promoting an equitable educational and work environment that is free from discrimination, harassment, and retaliation.  Anyone who experiences, observes, or learns about possible acts of discrimination, harassment, or retaliation can report such acts to OIE to learn about potential avenues to address and rectify the matter.

  • Erin Oliver, J.D.
    Assistant Vice President, Office of Institutional Equity & Title IX Coordinator

File a report via

For a comprehensive explanation of resources available for reporting bias, discrimination, or harassment, please visit

Contact the Integrity Line

If you do not prefer either of the above means for reporting concerns, all Notre Dame students, faculty, and staff can use the ND Integrity Line – a toll-free phone number you can call to discuss your concerns. The ND Integrity Line is available at any time of the day or night. No call-tracing or recording devices are used. If you wish, you may remain completely anonymous.

Crime and Safety 

Any suspected crime, including crimes against minors, and any safety concerns should be reported to the Notre Dame Police Department.


Office of Audit and Advisory Services

Through professional training and hands-on experience, the Office of Audit and Advisory Services audit consultants have expertise in various areas of University operations.  Our goal is to provide your department with the support and assistance necessary to enable you to better fulfill your mission. We encourage you to contact us with any ideas, questions, or concerns you may have about your department’s operations.


Questions regarding faculty conduct

Faculty conduct questions should be directed to the Office of the Provost - Faculty Affairs.


Questions regarding staff conduct

Staff conduct questions can be directed to any one of the Human Resources Consultants (HRCs) in the Office of Human Resources.


Other Complaints Pertaining to Student Misconduct

Complaints pertaining to student misconduct other than sexual or discriminatory harassment should be directed to the Office of Community Standards, within the division of Student Affairs.


University Policies and Guidelines

Ethical Conduct Policy

Non-Retaliation Policy

Sexual & Discriminatory Harassment (including information on Title IX)