Report An Incident

Report an Academic Integrity Violation

Academic violations are behaviors that include, but are not limited to, cheating, plagiarism or falsifying official records related to the College. General classroom misconduct is considered a non-academic violation. To report academic misconduct, please use the Academic Misconduct Reporting form.

Report a Non-Academic Violation/Behavioral Misconduct

Non-academic violations are behaviors that include, but are not limited to, disorderly conduct (verbal or physical), alcohol and/ or other drugs, vandalism or other violations of College policies, regulations, or rules. To report non-academic misconduct please use the Incident Reporting Form (non-academic).

Student of Concern Referral: Report Concerning or Threatening Behaviors

Faculty, staff, students, and guests are encouraged to use the Care and Concern Behavioral Referral Form to report behavior that they perceive as concerning, worrisome, or threatening. All referrals will be reviewed by the Student of Concern Action Team comprises representatives from Campus Safety, Student Affairs, Residential Life, Student Conduct, and Wellness Health and Counseling. 

Report a Title IX Incident

The Interim Title IX Coordinator, Jessica Sprague, or a Deputy Title IX Coordinator, reviews all reports of as they pertain to the College’s Title IX and Sexual Harassment Policy. If you have any questions pertaining to a Title IX incident please reach out to Jessica Sprague,, or call (573) 875-7182 or (573) 875-7898.  To report interpersonal violence including, dating violence, domestic violence, sexual harassment, sexual misconduct or stalking behaviors please use the College’s Title IX Sexual Harassment Incident Report.  

Need immediate help? Contact Campus Safety 24/7 or call 911 if the emergency is off-campus or there is an immediate danger. 

Do You Have Information And/or a Concern for the Center for Student Success?

Submitting an Early Alert allows faculty and staff to share a concern about a student’s academic progress, financial situation, retention position, or general personal concern. This could include a student missing classes, not turning in homework, disengaged with class work, expressing financial struggles, sharing they may not return to CC, or discussing how they are feeling overwhelmed with school. Early Alert serves as proactive advocacy and referral tool for faculty and staff to assist students through each situation.

Submit an Early Alert through the Early Alert Form via myPortal.

Have questions about supporting students through submitting an Early Alert? Contact the Center for Student Success.

Pregnancy and Parenting Accommodation Request Form for Students

Columbia College is committed to creating an accessible and inclusive environment for pregnant and parenting students. Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972 prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex that occurs within its education programs and activities. Among the types of sex discrimination covered by this statue, Title IX protects against discrimination related to pregnant AND parenting students.

The purpose of this form is to assist the College in determining whether, or to what extent, a pregnancy adjustment can be granted. Pregnancy and Parenting Accommodation Request form for Students.

Not sure if a behavior is a violation or how to categorize it? Contact the Student Affairs Office at (573)-875-7400 or Student Affairs

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