One Pard


We are a community and we care about each other. One person stepping up to help another can make a world of difference, and as members of a common community anyone can be the one to make that difference for a fellow Pard.  If you see something you are concerned about, the Lafayette community needs you to intervene and/or report.  Resources to the right provide information about how to talk to someone about whom you are concerned, as well as what Lafayette can do to help.

This form can be submitted by any member of the Lafayette or broader community (students, faculty, staff, parents, alumni, etc.).

Note: The form is NOT to be used in emergency situations. Please call Public Safety at (610) 330-4444 if you believe a student’s immediate health or safety is in danger.

In addition to the reporting option above, this site contains comprehensive resource information for a variety of issues.

Who receives One Pard Reports?

Reports are routed according to the type of issue being reported:

  • Sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking or other form of harassment or discrimination: Director of Educational Equity and deputy Title IX Coordinator, Dean of Students
  • Hazing: Director of Student Involvement, Dean of Students
  • Incidents of bias: Chair of Bias Support Team, Director of Educational Equity, Dean of Students
  • Mental health and/or substance misuse: Student Support and Intervention Team
  • Athletics concern: Associate Director of Compliance & Student Athlete Development and Director of Athletics

All other reports are sent to the Dean of Students, who will route them to the appropriate person or group for response.