Speak up! 

For students and employees

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In order to develop and mantain a good study and work environment, it is important that both students and staff report censurable conditions and things that do not work.

If you are exposed to, or witness to a crime, contact the police.

Teaching quality and learning environment

Students have an important role in the improvement work with courses and study programs.

If course evaluations were not conducted or followed up, you should report problems with teaching quality or learning environment.

Student responsibilitites in the quality assurance of education.

Report a problem about teaching quality and learning environment

Health, safety and environment

HSE shall ensure and improve the working environment for both employees and students.

To contribute to this, it is important that you notify if you are exposed to or witness to:

  • Dangerous situations.
  • Damage.
  • Accidents and near misses.

When you report deviations, the incident will be followed up, and routines and workflow can be improved to prevent similar happenings in the future.

HSE for students | HSE for employees

Report HSE deviations


Information security and privacy breach

If you experience a breach of internal guidelines and laws that regulate information processing or privacy, we want you to report this as a non-conformity.

Report a non-conformity

A digital security incident

A digital security incident is, for example, a computer attack, a fraud attempt or lost ICT equipment. Such incidents may also affect personal information.

If you experience a digital security incident, please report it by e-mail or telephone ti NTNU SOC (NTNU's Security Operations Center). 

What is a digital security incident?

Buildings and rooms

Report errors or deficiencies in buildings and rooms.

For example:

  • Ventilation.
  • Cleaning.
  • Technical or fysical problems.

Building services - for students | Bulding services - for empolyees

Contact E-custodial services

Speak up about censurable conditions

Censurable conditions are situations in which we see breaches of the law, to international written guidelines, or offences to ethical norms to which there is broad consensus in society.

For instance:

  • Danger to life or health.
  • Risk to climate or environment.
  • Corruption or other kinds of economic criminality.
  • Abuse of authority.
  • Unjustifiable working or study environment.
  • Breaches of personal data security.

Give notification about censurable conditions

Have you experienced cencurable conditions at NTNU but are not ready to notify? You can have a noncommittal chat with one of these:

For students

For employees