Faculty & Staff Reporting Resources
Why Make a Referral Heading link
Our office receives reports from all over campus. What may seem like an insignificant concern to you lets us see a much richer picture of what may be happening for a student. Every piece of information matters and is helpful in providing a greater level of support for the students involved.
We believe in the principles of early intervention and proactive engagement and as such, we prefer to intervene at the earliest and lowest level possible. Earlier interventions preserve a wider range of options for students. Late interventions may result in a more significant impact on a student’s experience and progress towards degree.
Assistance for you
It is helpful to know you are not alone in managing a difficult situation. When you make a referral, we are always available to talk through the situation with you and help you determine the best way to proceed. You do not have to manage these situations by yourself.
It is your responsibility
UIC is a community and we all have a responsibility to care for each other. We all want our students to be healthy and successful. Referring students is one way you can help support the health and success of all UIC students, and make sure nobody slips through the cracks
Reporting an Incident Heading link
Community members, students, faculty, staff, and visitors are encouraged to report all crimes and public safety-related incidents to University of Illinois at Chicago Police Department (UICPD)
Call any of the following authorities, 24 hours a day:
- Dial 911
Report emergencies or non-emergency criminal violations. 911 from a public phone or cell phone. Dial 5-5555 from a campus phone.
- Dial (312) 996-2830
Request non-emergency police services at (312) 996-2830 from a public phone or cell phone. Dial 6-2830 from a campus phone.
- Emergency phones
For direct access to UICPD headquarters, use any of the blue emergency phones located in walkways, buildings, bus shelters, and elevators throughout campus.
Call any of the following authorities, during University business hours:
- Office of the Dean of Students – (312) 996-4857
When seeking direction and guidance, or to report in a non-emergency situation, during University business hours.
Any suspicious activity or person seen in the parking lots or loitering around vehicles, inside buildings or around residence halls should be reported to UICPD. Crimes should be reported to the UICPD for making timely warning reports to the community and for inclusion in the annual statistical disclosure.