Do not use these forms to report events presenting an emergency and/or immediate threat to life or property. If presented with such circumstances or if you require emergency assistance, please contact Campus Safety at 484-664-3110 or dial 911.

At Muhlenberg, students', faculty, and staff health and well-being and the safety of our community are of the utmost importance.  As such, we have a variety of resources, report mechanisms, policies and procedures that guide how we handle difficult, concerning or inappropriate situations within our community.  Below, you will find information related to these topics, as well as links to report forms for each.  If you are aware of any information that should be reported within our community, please do so, using the appropriate form.

We encourage filling out the reporting forms with as much information as possible. Our ability to respond to a situation is limited to the amount of information provided.

Finally, false reporting and retaliation are very serious violations of College policy.  If an individual makes a false report or takes negative action towards a reporter, that individual may face consequences under the Student Code of Conduct, staff handbook, or faculty handbook.  

Any questions about the reporting forms may be directed to the Dean of Students office at 484-664-3182, M-F 8:30am-5:00pm.


Student Concerns Reporting Form

Use this form to report non-urgent and concerning observed student behavior. This information is used to help the college provide the necessary support and resources to students in distressing and difficult situations or displaying concerning behavior within the community.

  • Aggression
  • Depression
  • Drugs/alcohol
  • Self injurious behavior
  • Financial issues
  • Unusual behavior



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Student Academic Issue Reporting Form

Course instructors, use this form to report academic difficulty that might require additional attention from the Assistant Dean of Academic Life. The information provided will be used to determine best ways of supporting and intervening as necessary with students in distress.

  • Poor or inconsistent attendance
  • Late or missing assignments
  • Low participation or engagement
  • Quiz or exam grades of D or F
  • Disruptive behavior in the classroom



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Discrimination, Harassment, Retaliation or Bias Incident Reporting Form

Use this form to report a non-urgent incident involving bias. A bias incident is an act of hostility motivated by bias toward a protected class such as race or ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender, gender expression, national origin, or disability.

  • Harassment
  • Vandalism
  • Grafitti
  • Violence 
  • Verbal attack

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Sexual Misconduct, Intimate Partner Violence, Stalking, or Retaliatory Harassment

Use this form to report incidents of sexual misconduct and behavior that violate Title IX.

  • Dating and domestic violence
  • Gender-based discrimination
  • Retaliatory Harassment
  • Sexual harassment
  • Sexual assault
  • Stalking



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General Incident Reporting Form

Use this form to report general incidents of misconduct. Incidents include, but are not limited to:

  • Alcohol use
  • Drug use
  • Housing policy violations
  • Physical assault
  • Organizational violations
  • Hazing incidents
  • Disruptive behavior


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