Office of Student Conduct
1019 Campus Drive
The Office of Student Conduct accepts reports from agencies and individuals; on campus or off. Please use the information below to select the reporting form that best meets your needs.
This form should be used to report an incident where a student's behavior violated the Code of Student Community Standards. Some examples are: consuming alcohol unlawfully, taking something that doesn't belong to them without permission, disturbing the community with a nuisance party, etc.
To protect the health and safety of members of the university community, Ferris State
University has determined that everyone on campus will be required to wear face coverings
in all indoor public spaces, including classrooms, and outside when physical distancing
is not possible.
In addition, students living off campus may be held responsible for behavior which violates public health directives or an executive order issued by the Governor.
Please use this form to submit a complaint alleging a student violated one of the above mentioned requirements. Concerns regarding employees should be directed to Human Resources.
For more information on the Ferris' response to COVID-19, please see our website
This form should be used by faculty members when a student is involved in an act of academic misconduct. Some examples are: submitting an assignment with plagiarized content, fabricating a signature on course paperwork, cheating (or facilitating cheating) on an assignment/exam, etc.
This form should be used to report an incident where a student organization/group's behavior violated the Code of Student Community Standards, RSO Handbook, or other University policy.
This form should be used to refer a student who may be struggling with the rigor of University life. This form does not refer someone to the conduct process, but helps us identify how to best help the student in need.
This form was created to serve as a means by which anyone may file a report about sexual misconduct. This form is also for complainants who wish to notify the institution of the incident but do not wish to file a formal complaint at this point in time.
Filing a Title IX complaint serves as official notice to Ferris State University and authorizes the Title IX Coordinator to initiate a preliminary investigation into the information and allegations contained within the report. For more information please see the Title IX Compliance Website.