Use one of the reporting mechanisms below by first clicking on the heading to report violations of policy, troubling behavior or criminal activity to the appropriate authorities.
Academic complaints include grade appeals, appeals of an Academic Honor Council decision and any complaints of an academic nature.
Academic Integrity and Honor Code
All students, faculty members and staff members are expected to report violations of the Honor Code.
Anonymous Tips About Criminal Activity
If you believe you have seen a crime or suspicious behavior on campus, you can report it anonymously.
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Pub. L. 105-304, requires the designation of an agent to receive claimed copyright infringement notifications. Use this mechanism if you believe your work is being infringed upon by an Internet property owned by Eckerd College.
Dispute Resolution Between Students
Residence Life is available to provide informal and neutral conflict resolution for students who are experiencing conflict within their residential environment.
Facilities, Grounds and Custodial
Authorized users may submit requests for repairs or maintenance to Eckerd College facilities.
Speak with a member of Human Resources staff; get contact information.
All students, faculty members and staff members may complete an ITS Help Ticket to receive assistance.
Non-Academic complaints can involve campus activities, community standards (including appeals of sanctions), dining facilities, financial aid, the health/counseling center, housing, meal plans, parking, pets on campus, staff, student accounts/billing and student conduct.
Notifying Professors of a Crisis
If you must miss class because of a major crisis—including hospitalization, family injury or death, or accident—please contact your professors directly via email. You can find contact information for your professors in the online directory linked above.
Students of Concern Referrals
All students, faculty members and staff members can utilize the Intervention Referral Form to notify Student Affairs of academic, emotional or health concerns facing students.
Eckerd College is committed to an environment free from discrimination for all of its faculty, staff, students and visitors. To report an incident of discrimination, sexual harassment, dating or domestic violence, stalking, or sexual assault, fill out this form.