Reporting

If you are concerned for the immediate health and safety of the student you are reporting or someone else, please call 911 or Rutgers police at 856-225-6009.
 
To report an academic integrity incident, please fill out the above form.
 
To report a concern, please fill out the above form. As a reporter, you can opt to remain anonymous. Please understand that the more information we receive the more we will be able to address the situation. 
 
To report a code of conduct incident, please fill out the above form.  As a reporter, you can opt to remain anonymous. Please understand that the more information we receive the more we will be able to address the situation.
 
To report an incident involving an alleged violation of Rutgers University Interim Student Policy Prohibiting Sexual Harassment, Sexual Violence, Relationship Violence, Stalking, and Related Misconduct. This report form can be utilized by students wishing to file a report on their own behalf or by anyone wishing to file a report on behalf of a Rutgers University student.
 
All student veterans enrolled at Rutgers University - Camden must complete this form when they receive notification to deploy or are called to military leave while enrolled in a course, courses or program of study at Rutgers University - Camden.
 
This covers all undergraduate and graduate students in the School of Law (24), College of Arts and Sciences (50), School of Business (52), MBA (53), Graduate School (56), School of Nursing (57), Graduate School of Nursing (58) and University College (64).
 
This notification should be submitted prior to your deployment / military leave and departure from campus so the the University policy can be initiated.
 
The Rutgers Military Leave, Academic Credit and Tuition Refunds - Undergraduate and Graduate Students policy provides faculty guidance as to options and responsibilities when working with students called to active military service. This policy is in accordance with New Jersey State Law N.J.S.A. 18A:62-4.2.

This policy governs all undergraduate and graduate students in the School of Law (24), College of Arts and Sciences (50), School of Business (52), MBA (53), Graduate School (56), School of Nursing (57), Graduate School of Nursing (58) and University College (64).

If a student veteran notifies you of an impending deployment or military leave, please use this form to notify the Rutgers - Camden Office of Veteran Affairs.

 
Use this form when your department wishes to obtain a conduct record of a student.

The Dean of Students maintains the academic and non-academic record of students referred to our office who are in some way involved in a potential violation of the Rutgers University Student Code of Conduct and/or other applicable university policy.

Student conduct information is NOT considered directory information under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 and therefore is considered protected. 

The Dean of Students recommends that university departments obtain the permission of the student to release non-directory information. Rutgers University departments must seek the written permission of the student to check conduct history. University departments must have a legitimate reason for checking the conduct history of a student, not simply because the department is curious about the student. 

Rutgers University departments may have the release of information on a departmental document which is retained by the department, or the department may have the student complete the Rutgers University Dean of Students Release Form.