Student Grievances, Appeals, or Complaints
You Are Valued
At the Rutgers School of Public Health, we value the experiences of all our students. The Office for Student Services and Alumni Affairs aims to promote an environment where all students can safely learn and openly share any concerns. Any experience which goes against that aim or any decision where students feel they were not evaluated fairly should be reported.
Student Code of Conduct and Student Rights Violations
Any experience where a student acts in contrary to the expected code of conduct or student rights are violated should be reported and will be addressed. Student rights, responsibilities, and examples of conduct violations are detailed in the RBHS Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Disciplinary Procedures policy.
Raising a Grade or Probationary Decision Appeal
Students may raise a grade or decision appeal within two weeks of receiving the grade or probationary decision in accordance with our school policies for any of the following:
- Grade Appeal
- Academic Progression Committee Decision Appeal
Raising a Complaint
While enrolled in the school, students may raise a concern or complaint at any time in accordance with our school policies for any of the following:
- Complaint about another student
- Complaint about an instructor in class
- Complaint about a faculty or staff member outside of class
- General Concern
After submitting a grievance, appeal or complaint through the Student Grievance Form, the Rutgers School of Public Health Office for Student Services will contact you regarding the next steps and if additional information is needed.
Contact the Office for Student Services and Alumni Affairs
If you have any questions about the appeal, concern, or complaint process, contact the Office for Student Services and Alumni Affairs directly.