Report a concern or incident
Anyone may report a concern about a NAU student. Listed below are a number of different reports for different topics. If you would like to first consult with a staff member before submitting a report, please call the Office of the Dean of Students at 928-523-5181. If you are unsure which report to file, file the Incident Report form, please note this particular form is not a confidential reporting form.
Please note that review of these forms will not take place outside of normal business hours. If there is immediate risk to health or safety, please contact Northern Arizona University Police Department at 928-523-3000 or call 911.
If you are hoping to have a notification sent to your faculty for a missed class please fill out the Faculty Notification Request!
Conduct and CARE Forms
Incident Report Tab Open
CARE Report Tab Closed
Flagstaff or NAU Off-Campus Life Incident Report Tab Closed
COVID-19 Violations Tab Closed
Incident Report Accordion Open
Use the Incident Report to report general incidents of misconduct. Incidents include, but are not limited to: Alcohol use, drug use, physical assault, organizational violations, hazing incidents, or disruptive behavior.
CARE Report Accordion Closed
Faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to submit a CARE Report to report concerning behavior that may be impacting a student’s academic success. Concerns about absences, hospitalizations, death, mental health, etc. may be reported here. The CARE Team will reach out to this student to assess what support or resources they may want or need.
Flagstaff or NAU Off-Campus Life Incident Report Accordion Closed
Members of the Flagstaff community are encouraged to use the Off-Campus Life Incident Report to report concerns about general civility and the behavior of students who reside off-campus.
Title IX and Police Forms
Sexual Misconduct Tab Open
Campus Security Authority Reporting Tab Closed
Anonymous Police Report Tab Closed
Sexual Misconduct Accordion Open
Use the Title IX/Sexual Misconduct Report to report an incident of sexual misconduct. If you are a student, you may do so anonymously or provide your information. The choice is yours. If you are a NAU faculty or staff member, you are required to provide all the details shared with you. Exceptions include legally protected personnel such as counselors, clergy, attorneys and doctors, who are acting within that role. If you have any questions regarding your obligation to report, please contact the Office of the Dean of Students at 928-523-5181 or the Equity and Access Office at 928-523-3312. Sexual Misconduct includes gender-based discrimination, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking behaviors. To learn more about NAU’s reporting options and resources for sexual misconduct, please visit our Title IX website.
Campus Security Authority Reporting Accordion Closed
The Clery Act requires the university to collect crime reports from a variety of individuals and organizations that Clery considers to be Campus Security Authorities or CSAs. Please use the Campus Security Authority form to submit a crime statistic report to the NAU Police Department. More information can be found at the NAUPD website.
Anonymous Police Report Accordion Closed
Use the Anonymous Police Report to alert police of criminal activity. DO NOT submit a report for any crimes in progress (i.e. odor of marijuana, active arguments, or other situations requiring immediate police response). Call 911 or 928-523-3000 for an immediate police response. Please fill out all fields as completely as possible. Remember that false reporting is a crime and will be prosecuted.
Disruptive Behavior in an Instructional Setting Tab Open
Academic Integrity Tab Closed
Faculty Notification Request Tab Closed
Disruptive Behavior in an Instructional Setting Accordion Open
Academic Integrity Accordion Closed
Faculty Notification Request Accordion Closed
Students may submit a Faculty Notification Request to request advocacy from the Office of the Dean of Students to document an absence from classes for legitimate reasons. There are three circumstances where the Office of the Dean of Students may send a notification: Inpatient hospitalization, death in the immediate family, or significant personal event. For more information please see this informational document.