USC Integrity Line

If this is an emergency on campus please call 911
Or from a cell phone call (803) 777-9111.

 

Talk To Your Supervisor First

The first step to addressing any concern or issue is to talk with your immediate supervisor. If talking with your supervisor is not a valid option, we encourage you to voice your concern to higher levels of authority as follows:

  • The head or chair of your department or division
  • The dean of your college or school
  • An appropriate member of the University administration

Contacting USC Integrity Line

If talking with your supervisor or other administrator is not an option in dealing with a workplace concern, the USC Integrity Line is an anonymous reporting system, administered by an independent third-party provider, Lighthouse Services, Inc., to report your concerns about questionable or unethical behavior.

To submit an Integrity Line Report:

The USC Integrity Line is available at any time of the day or night.

USC Policies

USC's official policy site can be found at: http://www.sc.edu/policies.

Reporting Violations of State and Federal Laws or Regulations (Whistleblower) Policy: In accordance with South Carolina State Law, this policy defines the rights, responsibilities and protections afforded to a University employee who reports any wrongdoing by the University or a University employee that results in substantial abuse, misuse, destruction, or loss of substantial public funds or public resources, or is an intentional violation of federal, state or local laws, University policies, or state ethics guidelines, which is not merely technical or of a minimum nature. The complete policy can be found at: http://www.sc.edu/policies/ppm/btru122.pdf.