Student Complaint Form

Student Complaint Form

The University of Dallas is committed to treating all students fairly and respectfully. The University's policies that apply to students are published annually in the UD Bulletin and in the UD Student Handbook. These publications are available on-line on the UD website, udallas.edu. In an instance of perceived violation of a University policy, a student may file a complaint. This policy provides two avenues for pursuing a complaint: an Informal Resolution Procedure and a Formal Resolution Procedure. Students may utilize either or both procedures.

Students have the option to file formal complaints against the University of Dallas through the Southern Associations of Colleges and Schools Accreditation Board, or at the state level through the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.

Students may also file a complaint through EthicsPoint, our online complaint management system. You may file a complaint through EthicsPoint here

 

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