Online Reporting Forms
This form is utilized by Northeast Community College faculty to report and document violations of academic integrity per AP 4191.0.Submit A Report
Please complete the CARE Team Referral.
It must be noted that behavioral assessment should not be confused with crisis management. A “crisis” may be defined as a situation in which a person may pose an active or immediate risk of violence to self or others. In these cases, the police (911) and campus security ((402) 841-5163 or ext. 7777 from a campus phone) should be contacted.
The CARE Team plays a secondary role to all urgent circumstances. Individuals should follow up with the CARE Team only after initial emergency notifications are made.Submit A Referral
The Northeast Community College Counseling Services provide mental health services from a holistic approach; educating, empowering, and supporting the students of Northeast in order to promote personal, interpersonal, professional, and academic growth.
Counseling services are available at no cost. The information you share with your counselor is kept confidential unless you sign a release for your counselor to speak to someone about your information, or if you are at risk of harming yourself or someone else.
Once you fill out the request form and submit it, a counselor will reach out to you to set up an appointment. If this is your first visit, you will be asked to complete intake forms prior to your appointment time.Submit A Request
This report form is utilized to report and document incidents or concerns at Northeast Community College. These violations can include but are not limited to: College or Residence Life policy violations, crimes, or general informational reports. Once this report is submitted, a staff member from Northeast Community College will review the report and take the appropriate next steps with the information given.
If there are questions about this report or about Northeast Community College policies, please reach out to Student Services.Submit A Report
Occasionally, a student will encounter a College-related problem that he or she does not know how to resolve. When this happens, the student should always try to work out the problem by first discussing it with those directly involved with the issue. If, however, an issue or problem still exists, there is a formal complaint process at Northeast Community College that student may initiate. All formal complaints must be put in writing using this Student Complaint Form. If the form is submitted without a student's name, the complaint will not be considered. All written complaints will be tracked to ensure an action has been taken. In addition, outcomes of appeal processes are not subject to further consideration through this process
Complaint: A written concern or formal charge of dissatisfaction with a person, service, or process that requires clarification, investigation, and resolution. This requires completion of the Student Complaint Form.
Exclusions: The Student Complaint Process does not apply to grade appeals, complaints of sexual harassment, or any student-to-student complaints. Please refer to the Student Code of Conduct, Academic Integrity, and Student Grievances for procedures regarding these types of complaints.
Instructions for initiating a formal complaint:
- Attempt to resolve the issue by speaking directly with the individual(s) or office(s) involved.
- Complete and submit the online Student Complaint Form.
- When the complaint is received by the Executive Director of College Engagement, it will be forwarded to the appropriate individual to review and address the issue.
- After the concern has been addressed, the student/future student will receive a letter from the Executive Director of College Engagement documenting the receipt, review, and resolution of the complaint.
If a student feels the administrative response is not satisfactory, the Formal Student Grievance Process may be initiated.
Distance Education Student Complaints
In compliance with the Higher Education Opportunities Act of 2008, the U.S. Department of Education conducted a Negotiated Rule Making Process in 2010, and institutions offering distance education must provide enrolled and prospective students with contact information for filing complaints with its accrediting agency and with the appropriate state agency for handling complaints in the student's state.
It is recommended that students taking online classes at Northeast Community College first pursue their concerns locally. Students taking online classes at Northeast Community College who reside out-of-state should follow the instructions for initiating a formal complaint listed above.
Northeast Community College is required to have contact information on its web site for out-of-state students who want to file a complaint within their home state. We provide additional resources for filing a complaint that provides phone numbers, emails and/or other contact information for state education agencies.
Harassment and/or Discrimination
Concerns involving harassment or discrimination by a college staff member on the basis of gender, race, national or ethnic origin, religion, military veteran status, political affiliation, age, marital or family status, sexual orientation gender expression or identity, or disability should be directed to the College's compliance officer at: firstname.lastname@example.org. If after following the College's procedure, the issue cannot be resolved internally and the student seeks additional resolution, students can refer to the additional resources for filing a complaint with the appropriate state agency or accrediting body.Submit A Complaint
This form may be used to make an inquiry or report an Title IX incident. Any individual may make a report of an allegation of discrimination, harassment, or retaliation to the Title IX Coordinator. All College employees (including student employees), with the exception of those who are designated as Confidential Resources, are Mandated Reporters. Upon notice, the Title IX Coordinator will engage in outreach to the identified Complainant to discuss the availability of supportive measures, consider the Complainant’s wishes with respect to supportive measures, inform the Complainant of the availability of supportive measures with or without the filing of a formal Complaint, and explain to the Complainant the process for filing a formal Complaint.Submit An Inquiry or Report
This form may be used to make a Formal Title IX Complaint. Any individual may make a report of sexual harassment, attempted or completed sexual violence, stalking, intimate partner or dating violence, or discrimination based on sex in a college program or activity. If you or someone you know has been the victim of any of these, you are encouraged to bring it to the attention of the Title IX Coordinator. All College employees (including student employees), with the exception of those who are designated as Confidential Resources, are Mandated Reporters. Please fill out as much information as possible based on your knowledge of the situation.File A Formal Complaint
Family/Medical Leave Request Form
This form may be used to request Family/Medical Leave (FMLA). For sick leave lasting longer than three (3) days, the employee must notify the Human Resources Office and may be asked to submit a Request for Family/Medical Leave Form, depending on the employee’s FMLA eligibility status. Generally, an employee must give at least 30 days advance notice of the need to take FMLA leave when he or she knows about the need for the leave in advance and it is possible and practical to do so. When the need for leave is unexpected, the employee must provide notice as soon as possible and practical.