Report a Concern
The safety and well-being of our community is a top priority at Marymount California University. Teams from student life, academic support and campus safety work together to respond to concerns about community members in a supportive and compassionate way.
For immediate safety risks, call 911.
If you have an immediate safety concern, such as a person is a threat to themselves or someone else, or you are witnessing a crime, call ext. 7300 from a university phone or 310.303.7300 or 911 from any phone.
Call 310.303.7373 to anonymously report a policy violation or behavioral issue. The Vice President of Student Affairs will listen to all messages and follow up.
Report non-urgent concerns about a student’s behavior or if you feel the student poses a risk to himself or the campus community.
- Neglect of academic work
- Behavioral concern (disruptive, withdrawn, tearful, declining personal hygiene)
- Family crisis
- Mental health concerns
- Personal challenges
- Excessive absenteeism
- Medical concerns
Report non-emergency incidents of sexual misconduct, including:
- Sexual assault
- Sexual harassment
- Domestic or dating violence
Report incidents of bias, discrimination, harassment or retaliation based on:
- National origin
- Gender identity
- Sexual orientation
- Veteran status
Report general misconduct incidents, including:
- Alcohol or drugs
- Disruptive behavior
- Physical assault, endangerment and threats
Report academic misconduct, including: