Report a Concern (Employee)

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Report a Concern

Report a Concern | File a Complaint | Report an Incident

St. Kate’s strives to receive and address employee complaints, concerns, and reported incidents as soon as practicable and with respect to all parties involved. University policies with specific complaints, concerns, and incident processes are included in the St. Catherine University employee handbook, and at My St. Kate's under University Policies.

False reporting and retaliation are serious violations of the St. Catherine University policy. We expect that all reports will be made in good faith. If an individual knowingly submits a false report or takes retaliatory action towards a reporter, witness, or other party involved, that individual is subject to disciplinary action by the University as outlined in our campus policies.



During the Fall 2022 semester, St. Kate’s will be implementing a series of new processes to more efficiently respond to employee and student reports. Specifically, on September 12th, the University will update reporting forms to reflect these new processes.  Before this date, students may still use the existing forms linked below.

While we are confident that any concern submitted here will reach the appropriate on-campus resources, you may encounter a brief delay as forms transition. Thank you in advance for your understanding.

How to Report

The purpose of the reporting center is to provide employees with an efficient avenue in which to report complaints, concerns and incidents that may arise during employment.

For facilities-related services and requests, submit a ticket via ServiceNow.

IMPORTANT: If the situation being reported presents an immediate threat to life or property and emergency assistance is required please contact the Department of Public Safety at 651-690-8888 or call 911.

Report a Concern about a Student

The purpose of this form is to share any non-academic (or overlapping) concerns for a St. Catherine University student. This form is reviewed and managed by staff in the Office of Student Affairs. If you have questions or concerns, please contact Student Affairs at or by calling 651-690-6778. The Office of Student Affairs is located in Derham 305.

If your concern is primarily academic, please use Student Success to submit this concern or refer a student to campus resources.

If you have an emergent concern for any individual, please contact Public Safety at 651-690-8888.

Report a Concern about a Student


Share an Academic Concern about a Student

To share an Academic concern about a student, log into Student Success at St. Kate’s and submit a flag or a referral about the student.

Student Success – My Success Network

Student Success – When to Raise a Flag or Kudos on a Student

Student Success – How to raise a Flag/Referral for a Student

Student Success – What happens after a Flag is Raised?

Report a Concern or Complaint

If you do not know which of the reports or forms are appropriate for your situation, you are encouraged to contact the Human Resources office for clarification and guidance. Human Resources can be reached at or by calling 651-690-6565. The Human Resources Office is located in Derham 101 & 113.

Report Conduct or Policy Violation

Community members are encouraged to use this form to submit information regarding alleged violations of University policies. This information will be reviewed by Student Affairs staff within two business days of report submission. If you have questions about the contents of this form, please contact the Office of Student Affairs to report any incident that may violate any of the University’s policies or otherwise impact a student’s experience at St. Kate’s.

IMPORTANT: If the situation being reported presents an immediate threat to your safety or the safety of others, and emergency assistance is required, please contact the Department of Public Safety at 651-690-8888 or call 911.


Report Form for Conduct or Policy Violation

Report Bias, Harassment, Discrimination, General Harassment and Bullying

St. Catherine University is committed to cultivating an intentionally diverse and inclusive environment, where the dignity, worth and unique gifts of each community member is valued and respected. As part of that commitment, the University is committed to a work and educational environment that is free from harassment, discrimination, and bullying.

What is a Bias Incident?

A bias incident is an act of bigotry, harassment, or intimidation that are not crimes, violence, threats or property damage that is motivated in whole or in part by bias based on an individual’s or group’s actual or perceived race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. Bias often stems from fear, misunderstanding, hatred, or stereotypes and may be intentional or unintentional.

Examples of Bias Incidents

Bias incidents can be verbal, physical, or visual. This language and behavior often contribute to or create an unsafe or unwelcoming environment. Some examples include:

  • Name-calling; using a racial, ethnic, or other slur to identify someone; or using degrading language.
  • Creating racist or derogatory images/drawings.
  • Imitating someone with a disability or imitating someone’s cultural norm or practice.

All employees, students, and other University community members are encouraged to use the following form to report incidents of bias, discriminatory, harassing or bullying behaviors that may be a potential violation of the University’s Harassment, Discrimination, General Harassment, or Bullying Policy.

Your report will initiate the beginning of a fact-finding process to gather additional information and to determine the nature of any investigation that will be conducted by the University.


Please note that the University’s ability to respond effectively may be limited by the level of information provided and/or the anonymity of the complainant. The Bias Incident Response team meets every two weeks to review reports. A Bias Incident Response team member will reach out to follow up.

Report Form for Bias, Harassment, Discrimination, General Harassment, and Bullying

Inclusive Excellence

Report Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment, and Sexual Misconduct

St. Catherine University seeks to foster and maintain a community of mutual respect and concern for all of its members. There can be no greater violation of the terms of that community, or of the essential dignity of any member of it, than an act of sexual assault, sexual harassment, or other forms of sexual misconduct described in this Policy. These acts constitute the deepest affront to University standards and will not be tolerated in any form.

The purpose of the form is to report Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment, and Sexual Misconduct, all Title IX related incidents. We are required to provide an anonymous reporting form which is met by having this online form. For the victim/survivor completing this form, it is your choice whether to remain anonymous. However, please know that doing so may limit the University's ability to address and assist you.

The Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Coordinators are notified when reports are made via this form. Typically, the details of the form submission with be reviewed no later than the next business day, and a response to the submitter shortly thereafter.

Report Form for Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment, and Sexual Misconduct

Sexual Misconduct/Title IX Policy

Other Resources

Public Safety

The Public Safety Office is staffed 24 hours per day year-round. Call 651-690-8888 at any time, day or night, or text us through the LiveSafe app.

Public Safety officers perform routine foot and vehicular patrols of all University property. All officers are certified in basic first aid, CPR, and the use of defibrillators.

Visit the Public Safety site for more information about their services.

Public Safety Website

Campus Safety Services (LiveSafe App)


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