AcademicsIf you have concerns about a course grade and are considering an appeal of that grade, please see Academic Rules: 8.4.6 Grade s Appeals .
Violation of Non-Discrimination PolicyIf you are interested in filing an alleged violation of the University’s Policy on Non-Discrimination, information can be found in the Office of Equal Opportunity, Inclusion and Resolution Services (EOIRS) website at Report a Concern .
Americans with Disabilities ActIf you have a concern regarding academic accommodations or access to programs/services, please visit the Office of Disability Services .
Bias-Related IncidentsIf you have experienced or witnessed a bias-related incident and you would like more information on reporting the incident via an anonymous web-based reporting tool please visit STOP Bias .
Code of ConductIf your concern relates to an alleged violation of the Code of Student Conduct, information about the conduct process for students and information on how to file a complaint can be found at the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities . The College of Law’s Code of Student Conduct, including grievance procedures, can be found in the Academic Handbook .
Criminal ActivityIf you were the victim of or witnessed criminal activity on campus and wish to file a report, please call the Department of Public Safety at 315.443.3728 or visit Report a Crime for more information.
Family Educational Rights and Privacy ActAny student who has reason to believe that the University is not complying with FERPA or this policy should inform the University Registrar in writing. The Registrar shall promptly review all such allegations and initiate appropriate actions. For further information see Student Privacy Rights (FERPA) .
Title IXIf you have experienced or witnessed an incident of sexual discrimination including sexual harassment you can obtain information on the process for filing a report by visiting EOIRS’s Report a Concern page.
University OmbudsProvides faculty, staff and graduate students with an informal, confidential, impartial and independent resource to address concerns or questions openly without fear of retaliation or judgment. Please visit the University Ombuds page.
Other Complaint Processes for StudentsFor concerns not addressed in the previously listed topic areas, please consult the Syracuse University Grievance Procedures Policy . The Graduate School’s Grievance Resolution process for graduate students is available on the Policies and Requirements page. Complaint and grievance processes begin and are typically resolved at the department or school/college level.
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