Grievance Policy and Procedure
These policies and procedures apply to Webster University students enrolled at extended campuses in the United States.
Webster University strives to provide students with a positive, collaborative and healthy approach to solving disputes with faculty and staff members. The Grievance Policy and Procedure provides a means for all students (including those at our extended sites) to bring issues of concern related to faculty and staff members to the attention of the University administration This policy provides a structured process for attempting to resolve disputes or complaints involving University policies, personnel, and/or the specific administration of a given policy. Students should note that Webster University does not discriminate in its educational or employment programs, policies, practices, or procedures on the basis of race, sex, sexual orientation, color, creed, age, ethnic or national origin, non-disqualifying disability, or veteran status. In addition, harassment related to any of these areas is prohibited. Upon request, the University provides reasonable accommodations to otherwise qualified individuals with documented disabilities. Students’ claims of harassment and/or discrimination are appropriate grounds for University grievances.
This policy and procedure does NOT apply in the following circumstances:
Students who have specific concerns related to discrimination based on a disability may also contact Dr. Patricia McLeese, Director of the Academic Resource Center, at 314-968-7495 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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