Please use the Stetson University: COVID-19 Report a Concern Form to report a concern for you or someone else in the Stetson community regarding COVID-19. The form cannot be submitted anonymously.
Any member of the Stetson community who feels they were in a situation where they may have come into direct contact with the virus and any member of the community that is experiencing flu-like symptoms (fever over 100.3, cough, shortness of breath) when they are at Stetson should alert Stetson Health Service (firstname.lastname@example.org, 386-822-8150) or their healthcare provider for assistance. After business hours, please contact public safety at 386-822-7300. This applies to our College of Law, students, faculty and staff.
Stetson University encourages a community that supports and cares for its members. The stetson.edu/reportit site is a place where anyone can report concern for a Stetson student. Please learn more below how you can report concerns regarding Stetson Community Standards, The Honor System, Title IX concerns, Bias incidents and general care for students' wellbeing.
We commit to following an equitable process that provides transparency where possible and fosters understanding and care. We are also committed to safeguarding the privacy of individuals within our capacity. To learn more, click the links below and on our side menu.
Please fill out one of the forms below to inform the University staff of information regarding student concerns. Any immediate and emergency concerns can be directed to Stetson University Public Safety at 386-822-7300 (DeLand campus) 24 hours a day, seven days a week, or 911 when appropriate.
Report It Form
The Report It form is available for anyone wanting to inform Stetson University staff of information regarding student concerns.
General information on student concerns as well as Title IX reports can be submitted through the Report It form. Reports filed through this form are immediately received through the system and reviewed the next business day by the following offices: Dean of Students, Community Standards, Counseling, Residential Living and Learning, Public Safety and if appropriate Title IX. You may or may not be contacted depending on the content provided. If you have a question or wish to follow-up to this report, please e-mail email@example.com.
The HattersCare team works to support your student success. We provide advocacy and support when students face challenges. These can range from mental and physical wellbeing to family and financial concerns. We are here to help you achieve your academic and co-curricular goals and make informed decisions about your Stetson experience. We are also here to help when you are worried about how to best support a friend or other student.
If you or someone you know has experienced sex or gender discrimination, including all forms of sexual harassment, sexual violence, or intimate partner violence, you are strongly encouraged to report the incident and seek assistance. Reporting the incident in a timely manner is critical for the collection and preservation of evidence and information. If you are in immediate crisis, call 911.
When filling out the Report It form for Title IX situations, please use the Type of Report drop-down menu to select either gender-based or sexual misconduct either by the student, faculty/staff or by a third party not affiliated with Stetson.
Bias Education Support Team
The purpose of the Bias Education and Support Team at Stetson University is to provide students with an opportunity to receive education, support and appropriate resolution in response to bias-related incidents.
Bias-related incidents are defined as threats or acts of harassment or intimidation, whether verbal, written or physical, which are directed against Stetson University student(s) because of that student's age, color, ability, marital status, national or ethnic origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy), socioeconomic status, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, veteran status, family medical or genetic makeup or information, intellectual perspective, criminal background and potentially other identities or identifiers.
BEST provides impacted parties opportunities to be heard and supported and creates space for parties to process, gain understanding and plan response to the situation. BEST also educates and informs the community as appropriate. Although we hope all parties find value in the space created for exploration and dialogue, all parties' participation in the BEST process is optional. If a member of the BEST team identifies a situation in which there is a possible violation of the Stetson University Code of Community Standards or the law, the information will be transferred to the Office of Community Standards, the Title IX office, and/or law enforcement for investigation and possible adjudication. The Bias Education Support Team is not a disciplinary process and does not function in lieu of any disciplinary or complaint processes within or outside of the University.
When filling out the Report It form for BEST situations, please use the Type of Report drop-down menu to select Bias Education Support Team.
if you believe that serious violations of policies or standards have occurred and you do not feel comfortable speaking directly with a member of your management or leadership team, you can use this service, hosted by a third-party provider, EthicsPoint.
This reporting tool is not intended for use when normal work-related disagreements arise, such as disagreements with work schedules, leave approvals, work assignments, performance evaluations, co-worked disagreements, general working conditions and so forth. Rather, this hotline is intended to report matters of serious departure from business norms or legal requirements, both of which would have serious consequences to Stetson University as a whole.
For such serious violations, such as fraud, embezzlement or violations of administrative, academic and/or research integrity, you can submit a report to the ethics hotline. EthicsPoint will send information submitted by you to Stetson University on a confidential basis.
Visit the Stetson Ethics Point web page
Faculty, staff and students should use the Honor System in dealing with apparent breaches of academic integrity in their classes. While some members of the faculty may prefer to handle matters (especially minor matters) internally, the resulting lack of central reporting would allow a student to cheat in several classes without any repercussions for multiple offenses. Students are strongly encouraged, though not required, to report any violations of which they are aware.
Violations include, but aren't limited to: Giving unauthorized help to another student for a test or assignment, Plagiarism, using falsified evidence or material, submitting the same paper in different classes twice, destroying or making inaccessible academic resource material
Reports to the honor council are only received by the Honor Council advisor, Cindy Bennington and Honor Council members. To report a violation to the Honor System Council, use the Academic Honesty Reporting form.