Hotline Reporting Examples
Every employee and member of the university community plays a vital part in helping Texas Woman’s University maintain its integrity. Most ethics and compliance incidences are discovered as a result of tips provided by individuals closest to the activity.
- Sexual Misconduct: Allegations that need to be made anonymously by a student or an employee concerning sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, or stalking. Note: For allegations that can be reported in person, please use the Title IX, "Filing a Complaint" process.
- Financial: Accounting or internal control issues, fraud, theft or other financial issues.
- Safety: Unsafe conditions, environmental issues or other safety matters.
- Medical and Health: Patient confidentiality, billing/coding issues, misleading or inaccurate medical documentation or accreditation issues.
- Research: Issues dealing with the rights and welfare of research subjects, research misconduct, proposals, protocols or other research matters.
- Academic: Misrepresentation of credentials, academic dishonesty and other academic violations.
- Human Resources: Harassment, discrimination, threats or other forms of misconduct.
- Information Systems: Data privacy, confidentiality, or other waste or abuse of resources or information.
- Athletics: All issues dealing with the University’s athletic department or programs.
Regular business matters that do not require anonymity should be directed to the employee’s supervisor and should not be submitted using this service.