VandalCARE: Report a Concern
If you consider the situation you are a reporting an emergency, immediately call 9-1-1.
Faculty Face Shield Request
CARE & Bias Report
If you feel that a campus community member is in distress or displaying concerning behavior and you would like to make a referral to the Dean of Students Office please click on the following link:
File a report whenever you are concerned about a student, faculty or staff member. Examples of types of behavior they might exhibit are included below.
...may interfere with learning activities and other functions of the university and might impact the participation of others. This includes being verbally abusive or intimidating to others or disrupting class activities.
...is an outward display of a person’s inability to manage emotional difficulties. This includes changes in appearance, sleep, weight or hygiene, and irritability or tearfulness.
may be described as strange or odd behavior that causes alarm, fear or frustration such as suicidal thoughts, impaired speech or disjointed thoughts, paranoid thoughts or bizarre behavior, risk-taking behavior.
...may be a potential threat to the safety of others. Behaviors include a lack of empathy or sense of entitlement, expressing themes of violence, and blaming others for problems.
Where to learn about Counseling
Where to learn about Safety and Security
Title IX Report
If you feel that a member of the campus community has experienced sexual misconduct (stalking, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual harassment or assault) click the following link:
Title IX Report
If you are a student, staff or faculty member who has been affected by, or has any concern about, any form of prohibited discrimination, bias, stalking, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual harassment, or sexual assault you may also contact the Office of Civil Rights and Investigations by calling 208-885-4285
Where to learn about Violence Prevention Programs
Where to learn about Title IX and Sexual Harassment
If you feel that a member of the campus community has violated the Student Code of Conduct and you would like to make a referral to the Dean of Students office please click on the following link:
Code of Conduct
By enrolling at the University of Idaho, students voluntarily accept responsibility for compliance with all university policies as well as local ordinances, state and federal laws. Each student shall be responsible for his/her conduct at all times from the time the university grants admission through the actual awarding of a degree.
Learn More about the code of conduct that U of I Students are responsible for.
Alcohol & Other Drugs
You should report instances illegal use, possession, or sale of prohibited drugs and/or alcohol which may include, but is not limited to:
- The sale, use, or possession of illegal drugs
- The sale or illegal possession/consumption of alcoholic beverages in facilities owned, leased, or operated by U of I and on campus grounds
You should report all instances of academic dishonesty so a central record of violations can be maintained. Instances of dishonesty include, but are not limited to:
- Cheating - Plagiarism - Fabrication
- Multiple Submissions
- Misrepresentation of Academic Records
- Unauthorized Collaboration/Collusion
- Research Misconduct
We CARE about the success and well-being of our Vandal Family. The mission of the CARE team is to provide care and concern for students, faculty and staff who may be in distress. The CARE team provides proactive assistance to distressed individuals by monitoring behavior, developing appropriate intervention plans and coordinating care and follow-up.
We work closely with partners across campus to gather information and resources to better serve those in need. A critical part of the VandalCARE process is working with our Case Managers to develop a plan of action that is best suited to the individual. Our process is caring, supportive, positive, and solution-oriented. Every person is unique and has their own experiences - we embrace each individual and ensure that our services are developed to meet their needs.
Students, faculty, and staff are members of the campus community. We value everyone’s contribution in keeping the campus community successful and safe.
If you are a staff or faculty member who has been affected by, or has any concern about, any form of prohibited discrimination, bias, stalking, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual harassment, or sexual assault you may also contact the Office of Civil Rights and Investigations by calling 208-885-4285