Welcome to Arkansas State University!

Seeking Help & Reporting Issues on Campus

We are here to help whether you have a general question, want assistance, or need to report a concern. Our campus community is asked to remain mindful of their commitment that Every Red Wolf Counts. You do this by helping to keep the university a safe and ethical institution. 

We do not condone wrongful conduct by anyone, no matter what position they may hold. A-State encourages the reporting of misconduct. If you see something, say something.


University Police

To report an emergency or if an individual is an immediate threat to self or others, contact UPD at (870) 972-2093 or dial 911 from any phone.

Send a Tip / Report a Crime via Quick Tip File a Complaint or Compliment

Pack Support

Pack Support

The one-stop resource for anyone seeking campus resources, information and extra guidance. Pack Support is for non-emergency situations.

Send Us a General Question Report a Behavioral or Safety Concern

Sexual Discrimination or Sexual Harassment

Use the form linked below to contact the Office of Title IX & Institutional Equity to report discrimination or harassment based upon sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, or parental status.

File a Title IX Report

Discrimination or Bias

A-State does not discriminate based upon color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, race, age, national origin, religion, marital status, veteran status, genetic information or disability in any of its practices, policies or procedures. Use this form to file a report of discrimination or bias on the basis of any of these categories other than the categories listed in the Sexual Discrimination or Sexual Harassment box.

File a Report

Student Conduct

The Office of Student Conduct is responsible for addressing issues of behavior with students and student organizations. They also offer programming to educate students on appropriate behavior.

File a Conduct Report

Graduation & Academic Credit Appeals

Use the form below to contest decisions on university requirements such as graduation requirements, academic suspension, and academic credit.

Download the Form (PDF)

Student Academic Grievance Process

Under certain circumstances, Arkansas State students have the right to grieve alleged violations of their academic rights.

Review Student Handbook

Child Maltreatment

If the child is in immediate danger, dial 911. Otherwise, contact the Child Abuse Hotline at (800) 482-5964 or University Police at (870) 972-2093.

ASU System Policy (PDF)

Potential Fraud

You are encouraged to submit reports relating to violations stated in our Arkansas State University System Fraud Policy, as well as asking for guidance related to other policies and procedures.


Employee Grievances

All grievances will be investigated promptly and thoroughly. A grievance must be activated within sixty (60) days from the time the events leading to the complaint occurred. You can find the faculty and staff policies online.

File a Grievance (PDF)

University Housing

University Housing provides a safe, diverse, and well-maintained environment for learning.

Report Maintenance Issues Report Network Issues