Reporting Concerns to FIT

Fashion Institute of Technology prioritizes a healthy and safe community and we encourage students, faculty, staff and visitors to report any concerns so that they can be addressed quickly and appropriately.

If you need to report an emergency, call the Office of Public Safety at (212) 217-7777 or dial 911.


The links below will help you report a variety of concerns. 

FIT encourages accurate and prompt reporting of all crimes and other safety incidents. Emergencies or threats (e.g., fire, active shooter, etc.) must be reported directly to the Office of Public Safety at (212) 217-7777. 

See: Report an Incident

The FIT Care Team works together to establish a coordinated point of contact for providing support to students in distress. Any member of the FIT community may report if they are troubled by student behavior that could be construed concerning to the student or to others.

Good-faith reports of any actual, or suspected, violations of law or college policy can be made using the multiple reporting channels provided by FIT.

See: FIT Care Team and Student Rights and Responsibilities

All members of the FIT community have a responsibility to report concerns if they have a reasonable basis for suspecting, witnessing, or experiencing illegal, fraudulent, or other inappropriate conduct that violates any governmental regulation or college policy. FIT provides multiple ways to report.

See: Reporting Suspected Misconduct

Members of the FIT community may report physical concerns about their workspaces, classrooms, or other FIT spaces (including, but not limited to, HVAC, window or shade repair, fire alarm or outlet malfunctions, etc.) by submitting a request via MyFIT. 

Within MyFIT, select “Facilities Maintenance Work Order Request” on the Web Resources tab. (Log in required.)

Report an issue with the accessibility of the FIT Website.

See: Website Accessibility Issue Report

Report concerns about FIT IT systems, technology, cybersecurity.

See: IT Help for how to report various IT concerns, to open a ticket with IT, or to review self-help guides.

It is the right of any FIT employee covered by the Collective Bargaining Agreement to report a violation, misinterpretation, or misapplication of any of the provisions of the Collective Bargaining Agreement. A report may, but need not, constitute a grievance and every effort shall be made by the complainant to resolve issues informally with their supervisor. 

See: UCE of FIT