Virginia Tech is committed to the highest standards of moral, legal, and ethical behavior by its employees and administrators. The university will not tolerate theft, waste, or abuse of state, university, or university-related funds, property, or other resources through fraudulent means.
To help ensure an ethical work environment, all members of the university should report any suspected wrongdoing (i.e., fraud, waste, abuse, noncompliance). We encourage you to submit concerns via the Hokie Hotline, which allows for confidential and anonymous reporting. Alternatively, you can contact us directly:
What You Can Do
1. Take action to minimize fraud
2. Be Aware of “Red Flags”
3. If you suspect wrongdoing, report it!
By the Numbers
Since fiscal year 2009- 10, approximately 75 percent of the allegations investigated by OARC have fallen within five general categories:
Please use the Hokie Hotline for concerns regarding fraud, waste, abuse, and noncompliance.
For reporting options regarding other concerns, please see the table below:
Virginia Tech Police Department
To report criminal activity and/or suspicious behavior, as well as safety issues.
*for emergencies, please dial 911
Office of Equity and Accessibility
To report concerns regarding discrimination, harassment, Title IX, or the Violence Against Women Act.
Cook Counseling Center
To report concerns regarding self-harm or suicide.
To seek support regarding gender-based violence.
By the Numbers
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