How to Report
Loyola is responsible for holding students who use violence accountable.
- Campus Safety - Reporting a crime.
- EthicsLine Reporting website www.luc.edu/ethicsline or hotline (855) 603-6988 and/or to Title IX Coordinators Directly
Reporting to Ethics Line
If you or someone you know has recently been the target of gender-based misconduct, please submit a claim to EthicsLine, the University’s automated reporting system for misconduct. The University strongly encourages all faculty, staff, students, administrators or other concerned parties to use this Reporting Hotline to report suspected or wrongful acts of conduct by Loyola University Chicago community members. To fill out a report, please click here. A University designee will reach out to you directly once a report has been filed
Anonymous is available at Loyola through the EthicsLine Reporting Hotline at (855) 603-6988 or on their website at www.luc.edu/ethicsline. When you make an anonymous report here, your case will be assigned a number. This is all that will be shared with the Title IX Coordinator. You name will not be included, but the University will be able to follow-up with you through the case number attached to your report.
Reporting to a Title IX Coordinator Directly
To Report an Incident Involving Another Student:
Assistant Dean of Students for Safety and Equity/Title IX Deputy Coordinator
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 773-508-8834
To Report an Incident Involving a Faculty or Staff Member
Danielle Hanson, M.A., PHR
Title IX Deputy Coordinator/Director of Process Improvement and Technology Advancement
Contact: email@example.com, 773.508.3962
Reporting to Campus Safety
Campus Safety’s goal is to ensure the safety of the students and hold offenders accountable to Illinois State laws. There are two ways to file a Campus Safety Report:
Report in person to the Campus Safety office
Call the Campus Safety Dispatch Center
Visit Campus Safety to learn more about reporting violence to this department.
Campus Safety will help you report violence to the Chicago Police Department.