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Confidential Telephone Reporting Line

Rigorous accountability standards remind the University's departments and colleges of the importance of continually reviewing and improving business practices, as well as establishing avenues for providing internal and external feedback.

As a result, the University has established a formal process, the confidential telephone reporting line, to report allegations of inappropriate business conduct. It can be reached at 860.242.0138, and issues raised to the reporting line are taken seriously and will be researched and evaluated for appropriate follow-up. Questionable and/or inappropriate conduct may include

  • Fraud
  • Kickbacks
  • Mischarges
  • Policy violations and/or theft
  • Conflicts of interest
  • Inappropriate and/or unauthorized use of University resources
  • Misstatement of University records 

Callers may leave a message of up to three minutes in length. This message can be anonymous; however, it would be helpful for the caller to leave contact information in cases in which follow-up is necessary. 

The confidential telephone reporting line is not intended to replace existing avenues to provide feedback (such as the grievance process), but rather to complement these avenues.