The objectives of this review article are to highlight the prevalence of faculty mobbing through literature search and analyses. In an academic environment where most of the populace is involved in tertiary education, it is expected that mobbing or bullying would occur in the uncivilized surrounding. However, the opposite is true; faculty mobbing is a silent enemy in an academic setting, and there is a need to improve the situation to preserve the auspices of a university. The findings indicated that mobbing is endemic at universities and will threaten the university's reputation. Therefore, it is recommended that the university’s executive management be more concerned with the prevalence of faculty mobbing will affect workplace happiness.