Report an Incident

If you are in immediate danger or know someone who is in extreme distress, call 911.

Reporting concerns and incidents to college officials benefits our students’ and employees’ success and safety. Reporting also strengthens the mission of the college and our educational environment. Completing the appropriate form below will help ensure prompt notification to the proper college official.

Not sure what report to submit? Contact the Dean of Students Affairs Office for assistance.

If You are in Crisis

If you or someone you know is considering self-harm (suicide) or harm to others please call immediately:

  • Austin/Travis County 24-hour Crisis & Suicide hotline: (512) 472-HELP (4357); or
  • The Williamson County 24-hour Crisis hotline: 1-800-841-1255;
  • Hays & South Counties hotline: 1-877-466-0660
  • Bastrop County Family Crisis Center hotline: 1-888-311-7755; or
  • The Bell County 24 hour crisis hotline: 1-800-888-4036 or Text Crisis: START to 741741
  • 911 locally; Anywhere in the U.S.: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or 988.

Report a Crime or Suspicious Activity

Contact ACC District Police to report a crime or suspicious activity. Call Dispatch 24/7 at 512-223-1231 or visit a campus police office. In an emergency dial 911 and ACC District Police will be notified. Learn more at Reporting a Crime.

Reporting Forms

Academic Integrity Violation Form

Anonymous Student Sexual Misconduct Report

Bias-related Incident

Campus Security Authority Report

Concerning, Threatening, Disruptive, or Dangerous Behaviors – CARES

Employee Grievance

Mandatory Employee Sexual Misconduct Report

Student Complaints

Student Conduct