Clark University values a safe campus environment that operates ethically and efficiently. No student, employee, or visitor to campus should ever feel unsafe or harassed, experience difficulty accessing campus, or pressured to keep a concern about fraud, waste, abuse, or improper conduct a secret. If this ever occurs, please say something.
Report a Bias Incident
Clark University values an environment free from discrimination. Incidents of bias or harassment, or barriers to access, can be reported below.
Report a Title IX Incident
Clark University members who have experienced sexual violence, misconduct, or harassment can report the incident through the Title IX Office’s online form.
Report Barriers to Access
Clark seeks to ensure safety and equitable access for everyone. We seek your feedback regarding your experience navigating campus and encourage you to report any barriers.
Report Fraud, Waste, Abuse or Another Concern
Concerns about fraud, waste, and abuse of institutional human, financial, and property resources, or other ethical or legal concerns, can be reported below.
Report a Crime or Emergency
Information regarding possible crimes, planned crimes, law/policy violations, and/or crime information may be submitted anonymously to the Clark University Police Department.
File a Complaint with University Police
Clark police officers are sworn to protect the rights of all people. Complaints filed by citizens will be investigated in accordance with state and university guidelines.
Note that outside of these reporting options, students can also report concerns directly to the Office of Community Standards and employees can report concerns directly to Human Resources. Anyone may submit a complaint to the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education.