This page provides links to information about Susquehanna University as it is required by the Higher Education Opportunity Act. More information surrounding policies at Susquehanna University can be found in our Course Catalog and Student Handbook.
In administering its affairs, the university shall not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, or any other legally protected status. Compliance inquiries may be directed to
Grace Lowry, Senior Director of Human Resources, Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, PA 17870-1164, 570-372-4024; or the director of the Department of Education, Washington, D.C.
Campus Conduct Reporting and Hotline
Susquehanna University is committed to maintaining the highest ethical standards in our workplace and mutual respect from all its members. The University takes violations of federal and state regulations and university policy seriously. If you experience or observe what you believe is inappropriate employee behavior and are unsure what to do, please report it.
In instances where you believe violations of policies or standards have occurred, we want you to feel comfortable in approaching University leaders. Suspected misconduct by university employees should be reported to a supervisor or management. However, if you prefer to remain anonymous, a third-party hotline is available 24/7.
The Campus Conduct Hotline provides an anonymous option for reporting any suspected misconduct at Susquehanna University. The confidential, independent, toll-free hotline service allows you to report misconduct including incidents of the following nature:
Unethical behavior by faculty or staff
Fraud, theft or falsification of documents
Discrimination or harassment
Data privacy or data integrity
Research or scientific misconduct
Environmental or safety risks
You can call Campus Conduct Hotline at 866-943-5787 or email an anonymous report to susqu@CampusConductHotline.com.
Report matters involving students not covered above to Student Life.
Susquehanna University complies with applicable federal and state laws and does not retaliate against those who report suspected wrongdoing or engage in a protected activity. As stated in our Whistleblower Policy, reporting suspected misconduct is a service to the University and will in no way jeopardize one’s employment or advancement at Susquehanna University.