The University Ombudsman is an intervention agent and impartial person who helps students, faculty and staff resolve academic and non-academic concerns. The Ombudsman listens to you and discusses your question or concern; provides you with information that answers your question or helps you locate someone who can assist you; explains the University’s policies and procedures and how they may affect you; follows up with you and others at the University to make sure your concern is resolved; and recommends changes in the Institution that will make it more responsive to every member of the community. The basic principles of the University Ombudsman are independence, impartiality, informality, and confidentiality. The Ombudsman is authorized to make through investigations and has access to most University offices and records, reports and other documents in the University. No person shall suffer any penalty for seeking assistance from the Ombudsman.Read the Registrar's Office policy on withdrawing and withdrawing with a hold on your student account
The Ombudsman's office is located in 2420 Faunce Student Services.
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Contact our office directly at 269-387-0718.