General Student Complaints
For information on how to file an academic appeal or to file a formal complaint regarding discrimination, hazing, sexual harassment, sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, or stalking, refer to the home page of REPORT IT.
Students may submit written formal complaints for areas not specified above through this General Student Complaint Form.
The written complaint submitted by the student must include:
- The name and contact information of the student filing the complaint* and a brief description of the complaint;
- If applicable, any attempt(s) by the student to resolve the matter informally, including name/position of employee whom the student contacted about the concern, the date(s) of such contact (may be approximate dates), and the outcome of the informal attempt; and
- The desired resolution or outcome regarding the formal complaint.
*Students may submit anonymous complaints, but the university's ability to resolve certain anonymous complaints will be limited.
The Vice President for Student Life will receive this form directly and will notify the university official who is responsible for handling the complaint. The complete process and other information regarding General Student Complaints can be found here.
External Complaint Process
Once a student or prospective student has exhausted all internal complaint processes, complaints may be filed externally with the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. Students may also contact the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.
Page last updated August 18, 2023