Drexel Compliance Hotline
Drexel University is committed to the highest standards of ethics and integrity in pursuit of its mission of quality education, research and community service. We extend that commitment to conducting our affairs in full compliance with the law, the University's Code of Conduct and other policies and guidelines to ensure we uphold our values.
Drexel’s Reporting Allegations Policy governs reporting and investigations of allegations of suspected improper conduct. Compliance Program Services is committed to an open and honest environment that promotes ethical and fair practices and treatment of all Drexel University community members and those with whom we do business. We want Drexel University community members to feel comfortable asking questions and raising concerns. We want you to contact your supervisor or senior management in instances where you believe violations of law, policies or standards have occurred. However, there are times when that might be difficult or uncomfortable. In those situations, you may prefer to place an anonymous report.
That is why the University has established the Drexel Compliance Hotline, an easy-to-use, confidential reporting hotline hosted by an external, third-party provider, EthicsPoint. The Drexel Compliance Hotline is always open! You can contact the Drexel Compliance Hotline at any time, day or night, by phone or on the web to report actual or suspected serious violations of state or federal laws and regulations, Drexel's Code of Conduct, or any other University policies or procedures. The information you provide will be investigated promptly and fairly. You may remain anonymous when making a report to the Drexel Compliance Hotline, although you are welcome to leave your name and contact information, without any fear of retaliation.
If you have questions about the Drexel Compliance Hotline, please see the Drexel Compliance Hotline FAQs here. For other concerns, please contact the Office of Compliance, Privacy & Internal Audit at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember, It's Okay to Ask!
EthicsPoint Is NOT a 911 or Emergency Service:
Do not use this site to report events presenting an immediate threat to life or property. Reports submitted through this service may not receive an immediate response. If you require emergency assistance, please contact your local authorities.