If this is an EMERGENCY, call OLLU Police at 210-431-0911 or dial 911. The OLLU Report It page contains links to important reporting forms for members of the OLLU community. To submit a report, first determine which of the descriptions below best describes your concern. Then, follow the link contained in the description to submit your report.
Student Complaints & Grievances
All student complaints and grievances fall under one of three categories. To submit a complaint/grievance, first determine which of the three descriptions below best describes your complaint/grievance. Then, follow the link contained in the description to submit your complaint/grievance.
This procedure covers academic issues that include but are not limited to alleged
violations of academic policies (e.g., application of grading policies), unfairness
in the application of policies (e.g., accusation of cheating), or other academic matters.
View Academic Grievance Procedure
This procedure is meant to address non-academic student complaints (e.g., a dissatisfaction
with some factor regarding a department, service, process, person, or university administrative
action) and non-academic student grievances (e.g., allegations involving a serious
violation of university policy or that a person believes to be unfair, inequitable,
retaliatory, discriminatory, or a hindrance to the educational process) that are not
covered by other procedures. This procedure can be used for issues such as a student
perceiving their classroom temperature as too cold, a recreation program schedule
as inconvenient, an employee as being rude, a student believing they were unfairly
denied a request for accommodations, discriminated against because of their age, retaliated
against for exercising a legitimate and legal right, and similar reasons.
View Student Non-Academic Complaint and Grievance Procedure
The Title IX Report Form documents incidents or alleged violations of sexual misconduct,
which includes sexual harassment, and violence, including acts of sexual assault,
dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking. This form can be utilized by anyone
in the community wishing to file a report on their own behalf or by anyone wishing
to file a report on behalf of another member of the OLLU community.
View Title IX Policy & Grievance Procedure
Title IX Incidents & Discrimination
Title IX Reports
The Title IX Report Form documents incidents or alleged violations of sexual misconduct, which includes sexual harassment, and violence, including acts of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking. This form can be utilized by anyone in the community wishing to file a report on their own behalf or by anyone wishing to file a report on behalf of another member of the OLLU community.
Victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, or stalking, or persons
who have information regarding these crimes, are strongly encouraged to immediately
report the incident to the OLLU Police Department, or police department within the
jurisdiction of the incident. OLLUPD will report acts of sexual misconduct to Title
View Title IX Policy & Grievance Procedure
OLLU is an equal opportunity institution and is committed to fostering a diverse environment
that is free from discrimination. The Nondiscrimination Policy provides details on
the persons or procedures that have been designated to handle complaints related to
the nondiscrimination policies set forth by the university.
View Complete Nondiscrimination Policy
Student Conduct Violations
The Student Report Form is for members of the OLLU community to report incidents involving
allegations of student misconduct in violation of the Student Code of Conduct.
View Student Handbook
Student Behavior Intervention Team
The Student Behavior Intervention Team (SBIT) depends on community members to help keep the community safe. Staff, faculty, and students are asked to bring concerns to the attention of the team. Concerns may include behavior such as self-harm, threatening to harm self or others, erratic or alarming behavior, instability, or prolonged absence. Faculty, staff, and students can alert us of concerns by:
- Submitting a "Behavioral Concerns Report" online
- Emailing, calling or visiting a team member
- *Reports can be submitted anonymously
If this is an emergency or if a crime has occurred, please contact the OLLU Police Department at 210-433-0911 or call 911. If you're not sure whether this is an emergency or not, do not take any chances. Call the police. They can help you assess the situation.
Concerns About an Employee’s Welfare
If you are concerned about the welfare of a faculty or staff member, please contact the Human Resources Office at 210-431-3970 or email email@example.com.
For Employees Only: Employee policies and procedures are outlined in the Employee Handbook .
Anonymous Tips & Criminal Activity
Silent Witness Program
The Silent Witness Program is designed to provide a completely anonymous method of contacting University Police Department to provide timely information. Whether you saw it, heard it, or heard about it, you may be able to assist us in resolving Campus Crime issues by providing us with information. You can complete the Silent Witness Form or you can call 210-431-4111.
Campus Security Authority (Clery Act Crime) Reporting
Campus Security Authority (CSA) are individuals at the university who, because of their function for the university, have an obligation under the Clery Act to notify the university of alleged Clery Act Crimes that are reported to them or that they may personally witness. If a CSA receives information of alleged Clery Act crime and believes it was provided in good faith, or personally witnesses an alleged Clery Act Crime, they should report the crime directly to the University Police or complete one of the following CSA Reporting Forms.
Other Comments and Concerns
Submit a complaint for any other comments or concerns not covered by the above reporting forms.