CSU-Global Campus and the Colorado State University System has put a method in place for employees, students, and constituents to report issues regarding compliance with laws, regulations, and policies. These anonymous submissions may regard potential conflicts of interest, fiscal misconduct, or other types of inappropriate or illegal activities. All submissions will be reviewed by the appropriate officials to determine if further investigation and actions are warranted.
To report an issue or for more information on what issues to report, please visit the CSU System Compliance Reporting site at reportinghotline.colostate.edu.
CSU-Global Campus is committed to providing a safe environment for students, faculty, and staff. In addition to the policies found in this report, students, faculty, and staff of CSU-Global Campus are encouraged to take personal responsibility for their conduct and safety. Faculty and staff are reminded to review the Employee Handbook for additional policies concerning behavior and students can find the Student Code of Conduct in the Academic Catalog. The cooperation and involvement of everyone in campus safety is essential to minimize criminal activity.
Pursuant to federal law (the Clery Act), CSU-Global Campus will make available to all students, faculty, and employees annually the crime statistics for the three preceding years. An annual Crime Statistics and Safety Report will be available on the CSU-Global Campus website.
Click here to view the current Crime Statistics and Safety Report.