Holy Cross encourages all members of our community to report concerning or threatening behavior, potential misconduct, and other issues listed below.
Using the correct form will help route your report to the proper group, but any report received will be considered and sent to the correct location.
If you’re not sure which form to use, please use our EthicsPoint reporting system and it will be routed to the correct group.
- Emergencies and Immediate Response
- Report an Accident/Injury
- Report Threatening Behavior
- Report Sexual Misconduct
- Report Bias, Discrimination or Harassment
- Report a Student of Concern
- Make an Anonymous Report (EthicsPoint)
- Report Employee Misconduct - Instances of known or suspected employee misconduct may be referred to the Director of Human Resources and Employee Relations.
- Report Student Misconduct
- Academic Integrity
- Additional Resources
All emergencies, including crimes in progress and acts of violence, should be reported immediately to 911 or to the Department of Public Safety by calling the emergency number 2222 from an on-campus phone or 508-793-2222 from a cell phone.
The Threat Assessment Group (TAG) endeavors to identify potential risks of harm to Holy Cross community members as early as possible and to work constructively and collaboratively with all involved before problems escalate.
Reports may be anonymous, but IP addresses are automatically recorded and may be used if there is concern of imminent harm.
Use this form to report an incident of sexual misconduct, relationship violence, stalking, retaliation, or other issue of sexual misconduct. Reports will be routed to the Office of Title IX & Equal Opportunity. Reports may be anonymous, but IP addresses are recorded and may be obtained under certain circumstances.
Use this form to report an incident of bias, discrimination or harassment motivated by an individual’s actual or perceived race, religion, color, national origin, age, marital or parental status (including pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions), veteran status, sex, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other legally protected status.
Reports will be routed to the Office of Title IX & Equal Opportunity. Reports may be anonymous, but IP addresses are recorded and may be obtained under certain circumstances.
Use this form to report concerns about students who may be in distress or whose behavior is concerning or disruptive to others in the community.
The College will evaluate the level of support required, which may include direct outreach and/or referral to the Student CARE Team.
Reports may be anonymous, but IP addresses are recorded and may be obtained under certain circumstances.
EthicsPoint is a third-party reporting tool for Holy Cross community members to anonymously report misconduct within the Holy Cross community.
Your report is sent to a third-party company, EthicsPoint, which is owned and managed by NAVEX Global. EthicsPointwill relay the information to the appropriate College official (generally the Chief Compliance Officer or Title IX Coordinator) who will determine the appropriate response, based upon the information contained in your report and existing protocols.
Because these reports go to a third party, the College cannot obtain IP information and reports to EthicsPoint may be fully anonymous. You may also choose to identify yourself.
Use this form to report student behavior (excluding Title IX / Equal Opportunity and Academic Misconduct) that may constitute a violation of the College's Community Standards Process and Procedures.
Please contact the appropriate Class Dean to report a known or suspected incident of academic dishonesty.