This online reporting system is designed for non-emergency concerns.
Please report emergency situations immediately by calling 911 or the University Police Department at (254) 295-5555.
Many problems are resolved when a student makes an appointment with a faculty or staff member and communicates their concerns. Informal student concerns may include concerns about course content, syllabus content, inability to enroll in a full class, course scheduling, billing, financial aid, campus housing, etc. Students are encouraged to handle these types of concerns by contacting the relevant department or employee so the concern can be resolved quickly.Guidelines for Informal Student Concerns
Student Academic Appeal
Students may appeal any academic decision that is arbitrary, capricious, or unfair. For an appeal to have merit, the student must show that the decision was clearly erroneous or that the university failed to follow its policies or rules. For more information, please review the Academic Appeal Policy in the Catalog.Academic Appeal
Student Complaints Not Otherwise Specified
Students may file a formal complaint for:
- Any concern not listed in the sections above
- Any concern for which no other specific complaint or appeal process exists
Worried for yourself or another student? Use the links below to find available campus resources.Anxiety & Depression Alcohol & Drug Concerns
Tell someone! Tell one of us.
Dr. Michael Burns | Dean of Students
(254) 295-4590 | email@example.com
Dr. Brandon Skaggs | Vice President for Student Life
(254) 295-4496 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Susan Owens | Vice President & Title IX Coordinator
(254) 295-4527 | email@example.com
Dr. Kyle Smith | Director of Residence Life
(254) 295-4590 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Debbie Rosenberger, R.N. | Student Health Services Coordinator
(254) 295-4696 | email@example.com
UMHB Police Department
Page last updated August 18, 2023