Report a Concern

Incidents, Complaints, & Concerns

Student Code of Conduct Violation

This form is used to report a possible violation of the Student Code of Conduct and other behavioral concerns.

Any member of the College community (faculty, staff, or student) or any person who is unaffiliated with the College and who has knowledge of a possible violation of the Student Code of Conduct may file a complaint. Questions? Contact the Office of Behavioral Intervention and Student Conduct (BISC) at 918-595-7150.

 

Disruptive Student Removal

This form is used by faculty or staff to remove a disruptive student from the classroom or academic environment for a period of time. Questions? Contact the Office of Behavioral Intervention and Student Conduct (BISC) at 918-595-7150.

Academic Integrity Violation

This form is used by faculty to report major and moderate offenses that violate 鶹Ƶ's Academic Integrity Policy. Minor offenses can be reported at the discretion of the faculty member. This form should be completed after the instructor's meeting with the student regarding the violation.

Customer Service Concern

This form is used to report a concern related to 鶹Ƶ customer service. Any member of the College community (faculty, staff, or student) or any person who is unaffiliated with the College may report a concern.

Classroom Concern

This form is used to report a concern related to a faculty member's administration of the classroom (generally used by students in their class). Direct resolution is encouraged when possible.

Employee Concern

This form is used to report a concern related to a 鶹Ƶ employee. Direct resolution is encouraged when possible.

Ethical Concern

This form is used for individuals to report what they believe, in good faith, to be ethical breaches, including fraud, theft, conflicts of interest that may violate the , or waste at the College.

Title IX Report Form

This form is to be used for reporting information necessary to initiate an investigation of alleged acts of dating violence, domestic violence, sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, or stalking. A report will prompt the Title IX Coordinator to: notify the Complainant about supportive measures and discuss the process to file a formal complaint, but it does not prompt a Title IX investigation. A formal complaint is when a complainant files a signed document alleging sexual harassment and requests the College to investigate the allegation.

Title IX Coordinator, Metro Campus, 909 S. Boston Ave, Room 505, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Phone 918-595-7842; email: 鶹ƵTitleIX@tulsacc.edu has been designated to handle inquiries regarding sex discrimination, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, pregnancy, domestic violence, and stalking.

Learn more about Title IX

Discrimination and Harassment Report Form

This form is to be used for reporting information necessary to initiate an investigation of alleged discrimination based on: race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, qualified disability, status as a veteran, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, or any other basis protected by applicable law. This form is also used to report alleged discrimination against pregnant and parenting individuals, gender expression, or retaliation.

Compliance Officer, Metro Campus, 909 S. Boston Ave, Room 505 Tulsa, OK 74119; Phone 918-595- 7842; email: 鶹Ƶnondiscrimination@tulsacc.edu has been designated to handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies.

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) or Section 504/508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 - Report a Concern

Please use this form to report any ADA/504/508 barriers you encounter at 鶹Ƶ. Once you submit this form, the ADA/504 Coordinator will investigate and respond in writing within 15 business days of submission of the complaint. We do our best to address these in a timely fashion unless it is something that requires further action and/or expense. In that case, we will let you know whether this is something that is required under ADA/504/508 and, if so, our plan to make the improvements.

ADA/504 Coordinator, Scott Gove, Metro Campus, 909 S. Boston Ave, Tulsa, OK 74119; Phone 918-595-7079; email: scott.gove@tulssacc.edu has been designated to handle inquiries regarding ADA/504 grievances.

This report allows the Office of Behavioral Intervention & Student Conduct (BISC) to provide intervention, resources, and connections between students, parents and family members, faculty, and college offices to promote personal growth and positive behavioral change. Learn more about how Behavioral Intervention & Student Conduct (BISC) provides intervention, resources, and connections between students and the college.

Please Note: If you or a student is experiencing an emergency or need immediate assistance, please contact 鶹Ƶ Police Department at 918-595-8888.

Course Final Grade Appeal

This form is used to file a course final grade appeal concerning a final course grade. If you have a concern about a grade assigned during a semester, please use the .

An attempt to resolve a course grade dispute with the course faculty member must be made prior to filing a Course Final Grade Appeal.

Students must read the before filing an appeal.

Appeal of Academic Integrity Violation Report

This form is used to file an Appeal of Academic Integrity Violation Report. Students may appeal the alleged violations and/or sanctions applied. The appeal must be filed by the student within five (5) business days following the meeting between the instructor and student where the violations and sanctions are discussed.

Students must read the before filing an appeal.

Petition for Refund of Tuition and Fees for Students with Hardship Circumstances

This report allows students to request a tuition refund or waiver due to a hardship. The student must not currently be enrolled in the class(es) in which the refund is being requested. Requests must be made no later than one year following the end of the semester in which the student was enrolled in the class(es).

This form is used to report any safety concerns or injuries that have occurred while on campus. To access this form, you will need to use your Student ID (T) number and provide your contact information. If this is an emergency or high-priority item, please contact Campus Police at 918-595-8888. For any further questions, please email riskmanagement@tulsacc.edu or call 918-595-3400.

All 鶹Ƶ community members enjoy the right to freedom of speech and expression. If you believe your freedom of speech or expression has been disrupted at the College, you may report an incident of disruption of constitutionally protected speech by submitting this form.

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For use by Campus Security Authorities (CSAs) and those who wish to report Clery Act crimes on a voluntary, confidential basis for inclusion in the annual disclosure of crime statistics.

Emergencies & Immediate Attention

If you believe that a situation you are reporting is an emergency and requires immediate attention, please call 911 or the 鶹Ƶ Police Department at 918-595-8888.