Student Care & Conduct
At Pitt-Bradford, we take care of each other. We keep each other healthy, protected, and free from self-harm. Are you worried about a student? Did you see something questionable? Did you experience discrimination or do you need to report sexual misconduct? Please tell someone!
If you see something, say something – help us keep the whole campus safe by reporting things that make you feel uncomfortable, suspicious, or concerned.
Witnessing actions that violate school policy?
- inappropriate behavior
- theft and vandalism
Health & Safety
Observing non-compliance with Pitt’s health/safety guidelines?
- public health concerns
- COVID-related issues
Worried about the well-being of a student?
- behavior changes
- threats of self-harm
To report incidents involving:
- Title IX issues (including sexual misconduct)
An on campus resource is available here or you can use the link below to file a report.
Believe a student may need academic support?
- classroom behavior/attendance issues
- skill development concerns
Not sure which form to use? No problem. Pick the one that closest fits your situation and we'll make sure it gets to the right people.
One of our goals is that students are satisfied with the education and services received at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. If you do have a concern about any aspect of your experience - services received, quality of instruction, interaction with faculty/staff - you may follow our complaint process to seek resolution or be heard.
The first step should be to try to resolve the issue informally. If your complaint is about an instructor or specific staff member at the University, we encourage you to contact them directly. You can use the Faculty and Staff Directory to find their contact information. Many issues can be resolved with a simple meeting, phone call or email.
If your attempts to resolve the issue informally (and at any time during the process) have failed, you may submit your concern to the Pitt Concern Connection. Concerns received via Pitt Concern Connection are reviewed and forwarded to the appropriate University officials for investigation and response.