Academics

To report potential or known academic misconduct or dishonesty related to the education or scholarship of students. Concerns may relate to actions of students, faculty, or university staff members.

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Athletics

To report potential or known issues related to compliance with rules of the National Collegiate Athletic Association and the Atlantic Coast Conference, in addition to the University system and campus policies.

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Discrimination, Harassment & Prohibited Conduct

To report potential or known unfair or discriminatory treatment of or systematic/continued unwanted behavior toward an individual based on age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, race, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status.

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Finance

To report potential or known issues related to misuse or waste of university resources such as fraud, theft or embezzlement.  Also, falsification or improper disclosure of university records, improper vendor or contractor activities, or unethical accounting practices.

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Health & Safety

To report potential or know issues related to unsafe working conditions; hazardous materials theft, release, exposure, or disposal; indoor air quality or mold; fire and egress risks; or, failure to meet applicable law, rule, or regulation relating to the environment, working conditions, or workplace safety.

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Privacy & Information Technology

To report concerns relating to any use of Information Technology or potential misuse of sensitive information at UNC-Chapel Hill. Information Technology concerns may be related to appropriate use, security violations, phishing, copyright issues, or misuse of any computers, networks, other IT systems, or the information they contain including privacy or confidentiality concerns.

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Research

To report potential or known issues related to research or scientific misconduct such as animal research noncompliance, conflict of interest, export control violations, human subject research noncompliance, misuse of intellectual property or confidential information, or falsification of research results.

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Retaliation

Retaliation is defined as acts or words taken against an individual, because of the individual’s participation in a protected activity that would discourage a reasonable person from engaging in such protected activity.

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Other/Unknown

To report incidents or concerns not addressed by any of the other categories. If you are unsure of what reporting channel to utilize you may submit a question to the Chief Integrity and Policy Officer and it will be directed to the appropriate office.

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