If there is an immediate threat to self or others, physical injury or a safety concern, do not use these forms, call Campus Safety immediately at 315-228-7911.
As members of a caring community, we all have a responsibility to foster the wellbeing of our students. Colgate has strong support networks and resources for those in need.
If you are concerned about a student, it is important to share that information so we can seek to provide assistance.
Non-anonymous submissions will typically receive a response within ten business days when the University is in session, unless another timeline is necessary or appropriate under the circumstances.
Select the option below that best describes the nature of your concern:
Commitment to Community Health Infraction
Behaviors that violate the expectations set forth in the Commitment to Community Health can jeopardize the health and safety of members of the community or increase the likelihood of a viral outbreak on campus or within the Village and Town of Hamilton.
Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment (Title IX)
Incidents or concerns that involve sexual assault, sexual misconduct, intimate relationship violence, or sexual harassment.
Bias, Discrimination, and/or Harassment
Incidents or concerns that you believe to be based on actual or perceived race, ethnicity, national origin, citizenship status, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, physical or mental disability, age, veteran or military status, marital status, or other legally protected.
Concern About the Well-being of a Student
Concerns regarding the physical, emotional, or mental well-being of a student. The concerns might include things like anxiety, depression, eating disorder, drug or alcohol consumption, bizarre or uncharacteristic behavior/thoughts, or thoughts about suicide/harm to others.
Disruptive or Aggressive Behavior
Behaviors or incidents that interfere significantly with normal living and working conditions, or that involve vandalism, graffiti, damage or destruction of personal or university property.
Hazing and/or Organizational Misconduct
Actions or situations that recklessly or intentionally endanger mental or physical health, or create substantial embarrassment, harassment or ridicule, or involve the forced consumption of food, alcohol or drugs in the course of initiation or continuing affiliation with an organization.
Campus Safety Tip Form
Information, concerns or observed actions that you are unsure how to categorize or that don’t fit any of the categories listed above. These might include information about a drug/alcohol violation, a theft, a crime that has been or will be committed, a weapons violation, or any other law/policy violation.