Reporting & Accountability
The UIC Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) community is guided by a set of shared values and standards for behavior, where members and organizations must adhere: individually; as part of membership into the organization where they have initiated; among their governing council by-laws; and within the community at large.
The FSL Handbook, plus chapter/council by-laws outlining rights and responsibilities for full FSL community participation, are the foundation of fraternity and sorority expectations.
Should there be any concern that an individual student or a fraternity or sorority as an organization may be exhibiting behavior that stands contrary to these expectations, we ask you to please report that directly to your UIC FSL staff advisor in the 3-South office suite, located in Student Center East (SCE) 340, or through direct contact at 312-996-7537, or email@example.com, so the university may then best address the situation at hand based on the evidence provided.
In addition to not meeting the expectations of the FSL community, some behaviors may violate the community standards set out by the University of Illinois at Chicago's Student Disciplinary Policy, the most explicit expression of the University's values and expectations for students. Should you have first-hand knowledge of such behaviors, we encourage you to report. You can use the links below, which will initiate further outreach and inquiry by the Office of the Dean of Students.
- go.uic.edu/ConductIR: This link can be used to report both individual and organizational behavioral misconduct.
- go.uic.edu/HazingIR: This link is intended to report hazing involving student organizations.
- go.uic.edu/WitnessForm: This link is to provide direct supporting evidence related to incidents that have already been documented. Direct evidence includes eyewitness testimony or in some limited cases of certain types of abuse, outcry witnesses or those directly witnessing trauma-related behaviors. While not necessary, having the case number from the original report is helpful.
Should you seek additional help or guidance for a student impacted by such behavior, the Office of the Dean of Students can assist with connecting the individual with resources once the student is brought to their attention via the Student Assistance Request.
- go.uic.edu/StudentAssistIR: This link is meant to report students who need help or resources on campus. This might include someone who is experiencing housing or food insecurity, mental health concerns, or one-time emergency funds.
Reporting Information concerning Sexual Misconduct:
To report information about possible sexual misconduct to the University contact UIC's Title IX Coordinator. The Title IX Coordinator, Danielle Miller, can be contacted at the Office for Access and Equity, 809 S. Marshfield Ave, 7th floor, #717, Chicago, IL 60612; by phone at 312-996-8670; or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To report a possible crime, contact the UIC Police at 312-355-5555 (on campus) or the Chicago Police Department at 911 (off-campus).
To report a possible violation of the Student Conduct Code, contact the Office of the Dean of Students (DOS) by phone at 312-996-4857 or email Dr. Keith Ellis, Visiting Assistant Dean of Students, at email@example.com. You can also submit an Incident Report Form.
To explore your reporting options or ask questions in a confidential setting, contact Confidential Advisor, Chorlatte Mack, in the Office for Access and Equity at 312-996-8670 or the Confidential Advisor and confidential advocates at Campus Advocacy Network (CAN) at 312-413-8206.
If you are a Campus Security Authority (CSA), complete the Anonymous Crime Report Form: Crime Report Form.
To explore on and off campus resources where you can obtain information and services, options for reporting, advocacy, and support for victims and respondents visit our Campus and Community Resources page.
Refer to the Reporting Sexual Misconduct section of this website for more detailed information about filing reports, reporting options available for student victims, and reporting responsibilities for university employees.