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Reporting Student Concerns

Coastal Carolina University is committed to the safety and success of our students. Are you worried about a student’s progress in your course? Has the student missed consecutive absences without communication? Has a student shown concerning behaviors? Please use the reporting options below to report your concerns. Don’t worry, if you choose the wrong reporting tool, we will make sure the information gets to the correct office.

Academic Integrity

The Office of Academic Integrity works to enforce adherence to the Academic Integrity Code of Coastal Carolina University. Under authority of the Office of the Provost, this office receives, processes and ensures fair adjudication of reports of academic integrity violations.

Submit an Academic Integrity concern

Academic Concerns (Beacon)

Quickly identify students who may be at risk of academic difficulty or failure and connect them with campus resources. Reasons you might submit an alert: excessive absences, student in danger of failing, missed assignments, etc.

Submit an alert in Beacon

Behavior Concerns (Dean of Students Office)

The student conduct process is aimed at investigating, responding to, and resolving instances of alleged misconduct both on campus and in the surrounding communities, in order to foster a safe academic and social environment for all students.

Submit a concern to the Dean of Students Office

CHANT Intervention Team (C-IT)

The CHANT Intervention Team (C-IT) is composed of representatives from across campus whose mission is to identify and address student behaviors that are concerning or disruptive to the campus community. The C‐IT collaborates to assist students who are struggling to maintain adequate functioning due to behavioral, psychological, or medical concerns. If you are not sure if a student's behavior calls for a C‐IT referral, it is advised that you go ahead and take the steps to do so.

Submit a referral to the C-IT

Counseling Services

Crisis situations include when students are experiencing psychological emergencies such as suicidal behavior, sexual assault or psychotic thoughts. Students can show up and be seen during regular office hours, Mon‐Fri, 8:30 – 5:00 (843-349-2305). Services are offered after hours by contacting Public Safety at 843‐ 349-2911 and requesting a counselor. 

Visit the Counseling Services webpage

Hazing Incidents

If you feel that you may have insight to an incident that may be considered hazing, please fill out the form below. This form is anonymous and your identity will be kept confidential.

Submit a hazing report

Public Safety

The mission of the Coastal Carolina University Department of Public Safety is to provide the University community with professional, proactive safety and protection.

Contact Public Safety

Title IX

Coastal Carolina University encourages reports of conduct that are contrary to our mission, vision, values, policies, and/or procedures. To this end, we provide this reporting tool that allows you to report ANONYMOUSLY any conduct you believe should be brought to our attention. 

Report a Title IX concern