If you’re facing an emergency situation, please call 911 immediately, then contact Campus Safety at 315-279-5250. For any other situation, please consider filing a report using the links below.
Reports filed through our online platforms are received immediately and reviewed the next business day. A campus staff member will investigate the incident and determine appropriate intervention/action plans for the student’s behavior. This may include a meeting with the student and any other individuals involved. Please know that you and the witnesses you identify in the report may be contacted to provide further information.
Keuka College prohibits any type of retaliation against persons reporting misconduct or any person’s participation in the complaint or investigation process. By sharing your concerns, you are helping to maintain Keuka College’s standing as a healthy and safe campus environment. If you wish to make an anonymous report of concerning behavior, the report will be evaluated and a determination will be made as to what follow-up (if any) is necessary to address the concerns. But you are strongly encouraged to provide your name and contact information to allow us to follow up with any additional questions regarding your report.
Reports can be filed online through the following links
This form is for sharing concerns you have regarding the well-being of others on campus or concerning behavior that may not be considered a conduct violation but is worrisome nonetheless.
This form is used for informational reports only. These include any incidents which require a report but do not necessarily fall under a conduct concern. Examples include injuries, illnesses, student returning to campus from hospital, etc.
This form should be used to report any incident in violation of Title IX Keuka College’s Sexual Misconduct Policies (including sexual harassment, sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, or any other form of sex discrimination). Keuka College encourages all victims to make a report with law enforcement agencies and seek immediate medical attention at the local hospital, especially in instances of sexual violence.