You report. We respond.

If there is immediate risk to life or property call Schoolcraft Police at 734-462-4424, or dial 911.

report-review-resolutionCreating a culture of awareness
We believe that everyone is responsible for upholding the core values of respect and responsibility; this includes working together to keep our campus safe. SC aware provides a safe place where members of the college community can report concerns without the fear of retaliation.

Do I have to provide my name?
Reports can be submitted anonymously; however we encourage you to provide your contact information.

What can I expect after I report?
Your report will be assigned to a staff member for follow-up. Your report will be reviewed in a fair and impartial manner. We may contact you to obtain additional information.

What about confidentiality?
You can request confidentiality. We make every effort to honor such requests but cannot guarantee it. In some cases, disclosure is necessary in order to address the matter.


Instructional Concerns or Academic Matters

For Students

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Students may appeal academic decisions regarding a grade or other actions resulting from their academic performance. Students must follow the proper steps in the appeal process, observing the time limits for completion of various steps in the process.

Report Concerning Behavior or Misconduct

For students, employees and visitors

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Use this form if you:

  • are concerned that someone may harm themselves or others
  • think someone may be experiencing depression or other mental health issue
  • have witnessed a crime or have information about a crime
  • have seen or heard aggressive or inappropriate behavior
  • have information about a violation of the Student Code of Conduct
  • have a concern about your safety or the safety of the campus community
  • wish to report an act of academic dishonesty

Request a late drop, withdrawal ("W" grade) or retake credit

For students with extenuating circumstances

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An extenuating circumstance something that prevented you from passing your course or dropping/withdrawing from your course prior to the published deadline. The types extenuating circumstance covered by our appeal process are: lengthy student illness or hospitalization, ,mandatory work schedule change for student, death of immediate family member of the student, or military deployment affecting student directly. Other situations will considered on a case by case basis.

Customer Service Concerns and Issues

For students, employees and visitors

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Use this form if you:

  • are dissatisfied with the services provided by a college staff member, or office
  • want to tell us how we can better serve or support you
  • have a concern about access to, or condition of any building or campus space (e.g. classrooms, parking lots and restrooms)

Not Anymore

logo-not-anymoreAll students are expected to view the online ‘Not Anymore’ videos. These videos teach students how to prevent and respond to sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, and sexual harassment.

By viewing these videos and taking the online quiz, you will learn how to be safe and how to keep others safe, and you will help Schoolcraft comply with federal requirements raise campus awareness about standing up to interpersonal violence.