Student Concerns and Complaints

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Problem-solving pathways - Conduct

Conduct concerns or complaints

 

Disability problem-solving pathway

BEFORE YOU BEGIN, read the official complaint/grievence procedures in the University Bulletin under the Disability Programs and Resource Center section.

  1. 1st Contact - Instructor/staff member
  2. 2nd Contact - Department Chair or Director (locate by using the department directory)
  3. 3rd Contact - Disability Programs and Resource Center

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Discrimination problem-solving pathway

BEFORE YOU BEGIN, read the official non-discrimination policy in the University Bulletin under the "Additional Regulations and Procedures section."

  1. 1st Contact - Instructor/staff member
  2. 2nd Contact - Department Chair/Director (for major or graduate degree program)
  3. 3rd Contact - College Dean
  4. Student Affairs (locate by using the department directory)

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Sexual Harassment problem-solving pathway

BEFORE YOU BEGIN, read the official sexual harassment policy and procedures, University Executive Order #95-18 and review the Title IX Notice of Non-Discrimination.

  1. 1st Contact - Title IX Officer/Associate Vice President for Student Affairs

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Student conduct problem-solving pathway

BEFORE YOU BEGIN, read the official standards for student conduct - California State University policy #41301.

  1. 1st Contact - Director, Office of Student Conduct

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Faculty member conduct problem-solving pathway

BEFORE YOU BEGIN, if problem is related to disability, discrimination, or sexual harassment, follow those pathways instead.

  1. 1st Contact - Instructor
  2. 2nd Contact - Department Chair (of department where instructor teaches. Locate by using the department directory).
  3. 3rd Contact - College Dean (of department where instructor teaches. Locate by using the college directory).

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Staff member conduct problem-solving pathway

BEFORE YOU BEGIN, if problem is related to disability, discrimination, or sexual harassment, follow those pathways instead.

  1. 1st Contact - Staff member
  2. 2nd Contact - Department Chair or Supervisor (of department where staff member works. Locate by using the department directory.
  3. 3rd Contact - College Dean or Program/Office Director (of department where staff member works). Locate by using the department directory.

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Student organization conduct problem-solving pathway

BEFORE YOU BEGIN, read the information about the Student Organization Conduct Board, on the Student and Career Involvement Center's (SICC) website.

  1. 1st Contact - Director of SICC
  2. 2nd Contact - Student Affairs

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