Reports and Publications

The Office of Student Conduct & Community Standards publishes or hosts reports related to our programs and services, and campus issues related to student conduct. Click for more information…

Interpersonal Violence

The University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Division of Student Life are committed to providing an environment that is free of sexual misconduct, stalking, and dating and domestic violence in any form. Click for more information about the university’s efforts to promote a safe campus…

Student Records for Staff

Student misconduct records are protected by the Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA) and may only be released to individuals/offices with a legitimate educational need-to-know or be written release from the student subject. OSCCS often provides information on student academic and nonacademic misconduct to campus partners when misconduct is related to academic program admissions decisions or certain privileges like study abroad and on-campus employment. Click above to read more about records requests.

Report a Nonacademic Incident

If you see something, say something. If you have an emergency or see something suspicious, please call University Police at 911. In addition, online reporting of incidents of hate and bias, hazing, or other past crimes are available. Report an Incident of Hate or Bias Online Report an Incident of Hazing Online For Campus Security Authorities…

Nonacademic Misconduct

The missions of the University of Wisconsin System and its individual institutions can be realized only if the university’s teaching, learning, research and service activities occur in living and learning environments that are safe and free from violence, harassment, fraud, theft, disruption and intimidation. In promoting such environments, the university has a responsibility to address…

Faculty/Staff Resources

Nonacademic misconduct can occur inside and outside the classroom. OSCCS follows up with students for a variety of concerns including disruptive classroom behavior or other policy violations. When classroom behavior disrupts other students’ abilities to learn or disrupt research or teaching activities, it may be nonacademic misconduct.   If you see something, say something. If…