Make a Report

The Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life engages in accountability measures to ensure that fraternities and sororities, and their members, are upholding campus and council policies. For council and chapter incidents, or those involving group accountability, please send a report to the Office of Student Conduct at with all available accompanying information. For incidents involving individuals, please contact the Office of Student Conduct at (310) 825-3871.

Sexual or Gender Based Violence

Gather information to make a report, request an alternative resolution, or look for additional resources: Sexual Violence Prevention and Response

Talk to someone confidentially about an incident, resources, or reporting options: Campus Assault Resource & Education


Find more information about hazing: review OFSL's stance on hazing and hazing prevention.

Additionally: review the Office of the Dean of Student's hazing prevention website.

Report hazing: by emailing the Dean of Students or the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life.

Concerning Member

I'm concerned about a member or friend in crisis: Check the Red Folder for resources and next steps

Work with the Consultation and Response Team for help: Submit a report.

A Bias Incident

The mission of UCLA is to promote discovery, create and disseminate knowledge, expand opportunities for all, and educate the next generation of leaders. The University strives to foster an environment in which all are included. Acts of discrimination are antithetical to the values of the University. If such incidents occur, we ask that you report them using this form.

Please note that this Bias Incident Reporting form is not monitored 24/7. If you need immediate support, please call the UCLA Police Department at 310-825-1491 (24/7), or call UCLA Counseling and Psychological Services’ 24 hour access line (310)825-0768.

All information submitted will be maintained as confidential to the extent permitted by law.

COVID-19 Concerns

Like all UCLA students and student groups, fraternities and sororities must abide by UCLA, Los Angeles Department of Public Health, and California state guidelines and mandates set forth concerning COVID-19.

You can find the most recent campus messages on UCLA's updates page. For more information about OFSL's COVID specific resources please visit the following pages for current members, prospective members, parents & families, and FAQs.

Remember that our office is not staffed 24/7 so if you have a concern that is after business hours, please call UCPD's non-emergency line at 310-825-1491.

Our priority is the safety of our Bruin and Westwood Community.