As more fully described in Section 2.16 of the Employee Handbook (“Whistleblower Policy”), we are all responsible for bringing suspected unethical conduct to the attention of College officials when we have a good-faith belief that such conduct has occurred. Ethical misconduct means non-compliance with a law or regulation, a College policy, the Code of Conduct, or other requirement applicable to the College. A violation of College policy or the Code of Conduct may also constitute a violation of a law or regulation.
Other Reporting Resources
- In an emergency, call 911, or Campus Police at 540-828-5609. Non-emergency calls should be placed to Campus Police at 540-828-5761
Matters that must be reported include, but are not limited to: theft, fraud, or other financial irregularity; misuse of College resources; misuse of grant funds; activities undertaken for personal benefit or the benefit of family or friends at the expense of the College (conflicts of interest); unlawful discrimination; and crimes of violence.
Reporting a violation is completely anonymous and no identifiable information (e.g. name, email address, IP address) is recorded. You may report a violation using the box below.
All reports are sent directly to Roy Ferguson, Executive Vice President of Bridgewater College.