Anyone may report a concern about an SFA student. Listed below are various types of reports. If you would like to consult with us before submitting a report, call the Dean of Students Office at 936.468.7249.
If you are unsure which report to file, complete the Incident Report form.
If there is an immediate risk to health or safety, call the University Police Department at 936.468.9111.
Use the Incident Report to report general incidents of misconduct, including:
- alcohol use
- drug use
- physical assault
- organizational violations
- hazing incidents
- or disruptive behavior.
Note: this route is not confidential.
Incident Report forms are reviewed by our staff members during regular business hours.
Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to submit an iCare Report to report concerning behavior that may be impacting a student’s academic success. Concerns may include:
- mental health
Our Student Outreach and Support team will reach out to the student to assess what support or resources are appropriate.
If you have directly experienced sex- or gender-based misconduct on campus or during a university-sanctioned event, use the Title IX Sexual Misconduct Reporting Form to report the incident.
You have the option to include your contact information or file anonymously. The university’s ability to take action might be limited without the knowledge of who was impacted by the incident. Visit the Title IX Office website for more information.
Responsible Employee Reporting
If you are a university employee reporting an incident you have been made aware of as a Responsible Employee, use the Responsible Employee Reporting Form. Responsible Employees with questions about their federal and state mandatory reporting responsibility should contact the Title IX Office at 936.468.8292 or email@example.com.
Those wishing to file a police report should do so at the University Police Department, located at 232 E. College St.
If you wish to file an anonymous report, you may do so through the Rave guardian app, which can be downloaded to your smart phone.
This form is to report a situation in which you can reasonably conclude a behavior is directed at a student or student organization due to that individual's or group’s:
- identity or expression
- marital status
- national origin
- sexual orientation
- veteran status
- or any combination of these or related factors.
Visit the Axe Hate webpage to file a report.
Students missing classes for legitimate reasons other than university-sponsored trips should submit the Absence Notification form in advance of the anticipated absence to request an absence notification be sent to their instructors. These notifications are not excuses and are provided as a courtesy to the student and the student's instructor(s) and are not an evaluation of the information received by this office.
Concerns about a faculty or staff member
If you have a concern about a faculty or staff member that doesn't fit the reporting options above, visit our Concerns About Faculty/Staff webpage for details on finding resolution for your concern.