Student Conduct Officer
Dr. Diana Ward serves as the Chief Student Conduct Officer and Title IX Deputy.
If you believe you have been a victim of discrimination on the basis of sex or are aware of discrimination occurring, Loyola encourages you to report the incident.
Read the full text of the Student Code of Conduct
Filing a Report
Please use these forms to report any behaviors of concern involving Loyola University New Orleans students, whether these behaviors occur inside or outside of the classroom setting. Reportable behaviors may include Code violations, a student who you feel may be struggling physically or psychologically, general complaints or information, academic concerns, other behaviors of concern that you would like to see addressed or would like to discuss.
Appeals Submission Form
Use this link to appeal a decision of a conduct officer or board.
Bias Incident Reporting Form
Use this link to report an act of discrimination, harassment, intimidation, violence or criminal offense committed against any person, group or property that appears to be intentional and motivated by prejudice or bias.
Behavioral Intervention Team Reporting Form
Use this link to report conduct or events that are cause for concern - whether behavioral or academic - including but not limited to changed mood/appearance, death of a loved one, personal wellness, academic difficulty, considering leaving the University, excessive absences from courses, and other academic concerns.
Disciplinary Record Request
Use this link to request a release of your disciplinary record.
Incident Reporting Form
Use this link to report Code of Conduct violations, informational/FYI reports, and/or Campus Security Authority reports.
Sanction Submission Form
Use this link to submit any sanctions as prescribed by your conduct officer or board.
You may also elect to file a University Police Silent Witness Form, which is monitored Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. For immediate service call University Police at 504-865-3434 from your cell phone or 911 from a campus phone, which will route you to University Police. Completion of the Silent Witness Form is done under condition of anonymity. If you wish that University Police contact you, please complete the 'Contact Information' section at the bottom of the page. All information is kept confidential.