UF and CJC Reporting Procedures
At the University of College of Journalism and Communications (CJC), we foster and promote a diverse and inclusive workforce and a work environment free of harassment discrimination and disruptive behavior. When an individual has a concern about possible misconduct, there are several different options to consider.
- CJC-Human Resources Department
- Email concerns to CJCReporting@jou.ufl.edu
- Phone – You can call and leave a message at 352-392-6262
- Schedule a meeting – Call or email to schedule an in-person meeting via Zoom with Keisha Reynolds, the College’s Human Resources Director
- Confidential/Anonymous Hotline Service. The UF Compliance Hotline is a confidential/anonymous way to report concerns of suspected wrongdoing. The UF Compliance Hotline is operated 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and can be used by calling (877) 556-5356 or using its online reporting service.
- UFHR Options for Reporting Concerns and Filing Complaints: https://hr.ufl.edu/manager-resources/employee-relations/employee-inquiry-and-complaint-procedures/complaint-filing-options/.
- Contact UF Title IX Office: https://titleix.ufl.edu/. You can complete a Title IX complaint form or you may contact the Title IX Office by calling (352) 273-1094.
- Student Conduct: https://cm.maxient.com/reportingform.php?UnivofFlorida&layout_id=0
- COVID-19 (Student) – Also available in the Gatorsafe app: https://cm.maxient.com/reportingform.php?UnivofFlorida&layout_id=18
Depending on the subject matter and severity, it is possible that more than one UF office will look into the concern or complaint. The CJC HR Director regularly collaborates with UFHR Employee Relations and The Office of Title IX Compliance to determine whether the complaint is more appropriately addressed by another office.
If an employee believes there is an imminent safety risk to them (or another UF employee, student or guest) please call 911.
In conjunction with the University of Florida, we encourage students, faculty, staff, contracted workers, and visitors to report promptly any suspected behavior that is in violation of policies. The University has a zero-tolerance for harassment, discrimination and retaliation.