ASU Hotline

Ethics and compliance with laws, policies and regulations are priorities at Arizona State University. If you have a pressing ethical or compliance concern or a highly sensitive matter that is best kept confidential and have exhausted your options for reporting your concerns to your supervisor or other appropriate ASU office, you may report your concern through the ASU Hotline without fear or retaliation. You can also report your concern anonymously.

The ASU Hotline is a comprehensive, 24-hour accessible telephone and web-based service that provides support for 175 different languages. The ASU Hotline promotes a safe, secure and ethical environment for all Sun Devils and university guests.

Do not use this site to report an immediate threat to life or property. Reports submitted through this service may not receive an immediate response.

The ASU Hotline is not a 911 or emergency service. For emergencies, dial 911. For mental health emergencies, call EMPACT at 480-921-1006.

The Hotline should not be used to report interpersonal disputes, departmental conflicts requiring resolution or communication difficulties between employees and supervisors that do not pertain to allegations of criminal activity or violations of University policy. The Office of Human Resources, the Office of Equity and Inclusion and the Employee Assistance Office provide resource options for these types of concerns.

Do what is right

Raising concerns about safety and non-compliance with laws, regulations and policies applicable to ASU is a service to the university and to the community. ASU complies with a variety of laws, regulations and policies to protect everyone.  The personal safety of our students, faculty, staff and guests is at the forefront of our effort to provide an independent outside resource to report concerns requiring action. In addition to your personal safety, areas of compliance include:

 

  • contractual agreements
  • environmental health and safety
  • equal opportunity
  • financial transactions
  • IT systems and network security
  • NCAA rules
  • research administration

Examples of actionable concerns and the appropriate ASU office to contact:

Concern ASU Primary contact

I know of or suspect, fraud or abuse.

Audit and Advisory Services

480-965-5511

I have a pressing ethical concern.

 

I have a compliance concern related to ASU policies.

Direct supervisor

My classroom lab is unregistered or unsafe.

Environmental Health and Safety

480-965-1823

I am worried about a financial transaction.

Financial Controls

480-727-8465

I witnessed discrimination involving a faculty or staff member.

Office of Equity and Inclusion

480-965-5057

I witnessed discrimination involving a student.

Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities

Downtown | 602-496-0670

Polytechnic | 480-727-5269

Tempe | 480-965-6547

West | 602-543-8152

I am concerned that someone is considering a violent act.

 

I am afraid someone may have a weapon on campus.

 

I fear for my personal safety or the safety of someone else.

University Police Department

911 for emergencies

I am concerned someone at ASU is not compliant with NCAA rules.

SDA Compliance Office

480-965-5760

I suspect someone of computer hacking.

University Technology Office

1-855-278-5080

I have contacted the appropriate ASU office and do not feel my concern was addressed.

 

I have a highly sensitive matter that is best kept confidential.

Hotline

877-786-3385

 

Report your concerns

Report Your Concerns

EthicsPoint is an industry leading comprehensive hotline service with more than 25 years of experience. This independent multilingual service is provided to the ASU community 24/7 365 to promote a safe, secure and ethical environment for all students, faculty, staff and guests of the University. By calling 1-877-SUN-DEVL (877-786-3385), you will contact a trained counselor at EthicsPoint who can help you with the reporting process, or you can file your concerns online. To file a report:

REPORT BY PHONE - 1 877 SUN-DEVL

REPORT ONLINE (opens new window)

Poster

Download a poster of the hotline and place it in public area such as a department break room or kitchen.

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