Have a concern about a course?
The best chance for resolution of a concern is through conversation; we strongly encourage students wherever possible to raise their concern directly with the relevant faculty member. If the concern is not addressed, the student can raise the issue to the chair of the department in which the course is offered. Any remaining unresolved problems can be referred to the Arts & Sciences Student-Faculty Mediator.
Students may use online course evaluations to provide confidential feedback about their courses at the end of the semester. However, we understand students may wish to report concerns anonymously prior to the end of the semester in some circumstances.
You may submit an anonymous concern below; please understand our ability to follow up on anonymous complaints is necessarily limited. However, the College Office will investigate your concerns wherever possible.
This form is intended to gather concerns regarding academic issues. Matters involving bias in the classroom should be reported through the BRSS, and any concerns touching on sexual violence, harassment, or discrimination should be reported through the Title IX office.