Fraud & Anonymous Tips Hotline

All faculty, staff, students, and stakeholders have an obligation to help protect the University’s assets and reputation. If you suspect suspicious activity such as fraud, misuse, misappropriation, etc., please complete the following information and email it directly to the Internal Audit Department.

Personal Data

Concerns can be submitted anonymously. This form is e-mailed directly to the Internal Audit Department via our Web server and your e-mail address is not visible anywhere unless you choose to include it. The form does not record any personal information (such as an e-mail or IP address) unless you provide it. Please keep in mind, however, the effectiveness of an investigation is contingent upon the accuracy of the details submitted. Please review the "Reporting Fraud and Misappropriation" page of this website for additonal information and click on the link below for details on the state’s Whistleblowers’ Protection Act


Contact Information (Optional: This information is not required for anonymous tips. If you choose to enter your contact information, it will be included in the information emailed to Internal Audit.)


Detailed Information Please provide as much information as possible regarding your concerns. Incomplete or inaccurate information significantly hinders our ability to perform a thorough investigation. Items marked with an asterisk (*) are required.

* Name (s) of individuals involved
*Alleged Action(s)
How did you become aware of this incident?
How long has this been occurring?
Total dollar amount of possible loss?
*Have you reported this incident to anyone else? If so, please list their name(s) (i.e., dean, director, supervisor, Public Safety, etc.):
*May we contact you for further information?