Reporting Concerns of Misconduct
All members of the Saint Louis University community are responsible for ensuring that university operations are conducted with honesty and integrity. If you have a reason to believe that a member of the community may have violated a law, rule, regulation or policy you have a responsibility to submit a good faith report of those concerns.
Your options for reporting a concern are:
- Contact your supervisor or appropriate person in your department, school or unit. This is often the first course of action to report concerns.
- Contact the Office for University Compliance and Ethics.
- Use the SLU Integrity Hotline – the University’s anonymous hotline; submissions can be made online or by calling 1-877-525-5669.
To call toll-free from Spain:
- Enter the access code 900-99-0011. After the tone, an English voice will prompt you for the number you are dialing.
- Enter the toll-free number 800-603-2869, you are now connected to the Integrity Hotline.
If you require emergency assistance, call 911.
A caller can report any type of concern to the hotline. Examples include but are not limited to:
- Violations of the law
- Violations of University policy
- Any type of activity suggesting fraudulent reporting or misappropriation of funds
- Concerns regarding billing practices
- Sexual harassment
- Workplace misconduct
- Hostile work environment
- Breach of privacy
The SLU Integrity Hotline is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
All reports are initially received by a third-party company who is not directly affiliated with Saint Louis University.
No call tracing or recording devices are ever used during the phone call. Your call will be answered by a trained interview specialist who will submit a report to the Office of University Compliance.
Yes, you have the option to give your name or report anonymously.
Yes, you will be given a password and call back date at the end of your call should you desire to follow up on the status of your report, or if you would like to provide additional information.
The hotline is not your only option. Anyone may register concerns of misconduct to their supervisor or to the Office of University Compliance and Ethics.