Washington University has established a number of policies, guidelines, and resources intended to help instructors support student well-being in the classroom.  Instructors are reminded of these policies prior to the start of the academic year, and provided with updated  information on a standard set of university resources that they should share with students. This language also appears on the syllabus template maintained by the Center for Teaching and Learning.

Of particular note are:

If you are concerned regarding discrepancies between the guidelines or policies above and your experience in a particular course, you may register that concern here.

Your concern will be sent to the relevant official in the school which houses this course. If you provide your contact information below, that person will follow up with you. That official will not disclose your identity to the instructor or department in question. If you do not provide your contact information, the official’s ability to take consequential action may be limited. Your advocacy through this process will contribute to better aligning the course practices with the intent of University policies and guidelines, but particular outcomes cannot be guaranteed.

Vice Provost Jen Smith works with the school officials to document follow up on all issues reported. If you have any questions or concerns about this process or form, please contact her at jensmith@wustl.edu

Report a Concern about Course Policy

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