Reporting via the Hotline
What to Report
Please review the guidelines for different types of complaints such as those relating to grades, student behavior, financial issues, parking, residence life, etc. Examples of concerns that may be reported to the hotline include but are not limited to the following:
Accounting or internal control issues, fraud, theft or other financial issues.
Vandalism, unsafe working conditions, environmental issues or other safety matters.
Misrepresentation of credentials, academic dishonesty or other academic violations that can't be resolved through normal complaint procedures.
Confidentiality, data privacy, copyright violations, harassment of any kind, or other waste or abuse of resources or information.
How to Report
Call toll-free 24 hours a day, 7 days a week:
File Report Online
Upon receipt of the report, we will provide the information to Middle Georgia State University for investigation and follow up. Reports submitted will be handled promptly and discretely. Retaliation of any kind will not be tolerated.
The Hotline IS NOT a 911 or Emergency Service
Do not use this site to report events presenting an immediate threat to life or property. Reports submitted through this service may not receive an immediate response. If you require emergency assistance, please contact your local authorities.
Laws, regulations, policies, procedures… sometimes, it seems as though complying
with all of them is more and more confusing every day. Once in a while, our own
policies and procedures even appear to conflict with the laws or regulations
that apply to us. Wouldn’t acting with integrity be simpler if there were a
single guideline to follow in every situation – one that never became outdated?
Well, there is: Speak Up.When
the right thing to do is unclear and you have questions, ask them. When you
believe that another person may be doing something wrong or making a mistake,
speak with somebody about it.
But who can you talk to? If you are a student, your instructor, a dean, or your
advisor is your first choice. If you are a faculty or staff member, your
immediate supervisor is your first choice. He or she is often the best and
safest option for discussing concerns. If, however, you have tried these options
or, if you believe that opening his or her door might be inappropriate in this
case, you have another option. You can report ethical misconduct, other issues
and concerns, or simply get more information by logging on to or by calling our
Reporting System. We are at your fingertips whenever the right thing to do seems
uncertain and complicated. All you have to do is contact us.
The Reporting System is confidential and easy to use. The System is operated by
Global Compliance, a third-party provider, which specializes in this type of
service. To report issues via the Internet, you simply log on to the website and
fill in important information fields regarding the nature of your question or
report. If you opt to call instead, dial the AlertLine number to speak with a
live operator, who will ask those important questions. Calls are toll-free and
both methods are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Regardless which
method you choose, the System will prepare a report and forward it on to the
appropriate person in our organization for review and, if necessary,
You may provide your name and contact information if you wish, but in most cases
it is not necessary. Instead of identifying you by name, the System will assign
you a report number, a PIN and a contact date. If you think of something else or
additional events occur after you’ve completed your initial report, you can call
or log back in with your report number and PIN. If we need additional
information from you to resolve your report, the System will ask for it then.
Doing the right thing in every situation doesn’t get much simpler than