Please use this form to detail the incident you are reporting. Reportable behaviors may include Student Code of Conduct violations, a student who you feel may be struggling physically or psychologically, or any other behaviors of concern that you would like to see addressed or would like to discuss. This report will be reviewed, and the appropriate Code of Conduct violations will be assigned by a Montana Western Conduct administrator.
Additionally, please note that a student's university conduct records are protected by a federal privacy law called the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), therefore any information regarding the outcome of this report will not be shared with you without the consent of the student(s) involved.
This Incident report is ONLY to report Montana Western student related incidents. If you have any questions regarding filing this incident report, please contact the Dean of Students Office at 406-683-7388, Residence Life Office at 406-683-7565 or the Residence Life Contact Phone at 406-925-9828.
The University of Montana Western teamed with ReGroup provides emergency notifications/timely warnings to our students as well as parents, community members and faculty/staff via email, text, or voicemail. We are invested in the safety of our students and know that communication is key to keeping everyone informed of potential threats/hazards on and around campus. Students are automatically enrolled in the email updates, but text and voicemail notifications as well as non-student enrollment in emergency notifications are an opt-in option.
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