Integrity in Action

The Ethics Hotline

The University of Texas at Arlington is committed to providing a safe environment where individuals can raise concerns regarding fraud, theft or other unethical behavior through its Ethics Hotline. Employees who contact the Hotline may remain anonymous if they choose, but be aware that in some instances, anonymity may hinder a thorough investigation.

Customary resolution methods, such as talking to your supervisor, are still important first-line approaches for reporting questionable activities. However, the Ethics Hotline is available whenever conventional channels are unknown or unacceptable, or an employee wishes to remain anonymous. The Ethics Hotline does not replace existing reporting mechanisms at the University, but rather serves as an additional option.




The Ethics Hotline is not for reporting criminal or medical emergencies. For emergency assistance, please call 911.


Speak Up!

If you wish to report fraud, theft or other unethical behavior and wish to remain anonymous, contact The Network.

File a Report Online

Or call the Ethics Hotline toll-free:


24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week

When You Contact The Network:

  1. You will be given the option to remain anonymous. A customized Web form or multilingual professional interview specialist will document your concern in detail.
  2. Your information will be relayed to the school for appropriate follow-up.
  3. You may be asked to check back to provide additional information or to ask questions the University of Texas at Arlington might have as it investigates your concern.
  4. Reports submitted to The Network are handled promptly and discreetly. Retaliation against anyone who reports a concern is a violation of our principles and will not be tolerated.

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