If you are in immediate danger, dial 911 or call the 24/7 Campus Operations Center at 701.777.2591.
Report an Emergency or Concern
Complete these forms to direct your UND emergency or concern to the appropriate area.
If you have witnessed or experienced sexual assault, rape, domestic or dating violence, or cyber or physical stalking, please report this to the Equal Opportunity & Title IX Office and/or UND Police at 701.777.3491. Confidential and anonymous help is available.
Harassment, Discrimination or Bias
If you have been harassed or treated less favorably because of your actual or perceived race, color, national origin, sex, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, pregnancy or parental status, disability, age, veteran status, or religion, or if you have witnessed this conduct, please report this to the Equal Opportunity & Title IX Office.
To report a crime, contact UND Police. For emergencies or reporting suspicious activity, threats or dangerous situations, dial 911.
Concerns on UND Property
Safety and security is a shared responsibility and we need your help. Please report any concerns you have about UND property.
Maintenance, Physical Barriers or Grounds
If maintenance, snow removal, lighting or urgent safety issues arise which create a barrier to accessing UND buildings or grounds, please contact:
24/7 UND Operations Center
For other physical access barriers, contact:
During Office Hours
Report issues concerning UND’s residence halls or apartments to:
UND Housing & Residence Life
Connect with the live-in staff member on call by calling:
Environmental Health & Safety
Report any issues concerning UND’s laboratories, general workspace, offices, classrooms, living facilities, etc., that involve fire, chemical, or environmental safety to:
UND Office of Safety
Faculty/Staff Reporting Procedures
If you have a concern about a student or employee's behavior or you believe someone may be in danger, it is your responsibility to report your concerns. Contact Human Resources with questions.
Report Concerning Student Behavior
Reporting and documenting concerns helps to ensure student success by facilitating early intervention.
Report Alleged Discrimination, Harassment or Violence
All supervisors are required to report alleged discrimination, harassment or violence in the workplace as soon as possible.
All employees (including student Residential Assistants, Undergraduate Instructors and Graduate Assistants) are required to report harassment or violence against students as soon as possible. Exceptions include temporary, student and confidential employees.
Persons of Concern
If you have concerns about a member of the University community or the community in general, please share it with us. All reports are reviewed and shared with the appropriate department for further review and response.
Reports of Theft and Fraud
Employees are expected to report suspected theft, fraud, or unlawful or improper use of public resources. You may report this behavior directly to anyone of authority, by calling the fraud hotline at 866-91-Alert, or by submitting an online form to the hotline. Submissions to the hotline may be anonymous.
Use these resources to get help.
Confidential in-person and online mental health counseling services.
Professional staff specializes in medical and psychiatric care for students.
Confidential assessment, counseling and referral service that can help with relationship, abuse and legal issues.
UND's Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities supports camus learning and the safety of students.
We help students and employees cope with trauma.
Resources for those who have experienced stress or trauma related to discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct, retaliation, violence, or similar incidents. Supportive Mesarures are available to both complainants and respondents.About Supportive Measures