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Ombudsperson

Ombudsperson

SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH OMBUDSPERSON

Faculty, CHS, Ombudsperon

Dr. Lisa Brosseau, Professor in the Division of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences, serves as the Ombudsperson for SPH. In this role, Dr. Brosseau advises students regarding procedures and methods available to resolve problems, provides dispute resolution services to resolve conflicts, and directs students to available resources. For non-academic grievance resolution, students may contact Dr. Lisa Brosseau at brosseau@uic.edu. For academic grievance resolution, students should refer to the student academic grievance information below.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

STUDENT ACADEMIC GRIEVANCES

The Student Academic Grievance Procedures define an administrative process through which students may seek resolution of complaints or Grievances regarding academic standing during their enrollment at UIC. The Student Academic Grievance Procedures outline the eligibility of use, informal and formal grievance protocols, and forms used for such complaints. The SPH procedures implement the Student Academic Grievance Procedures adopted by the University of Illinois at Chicago effective March 1, 2007.

OFFICE OF ACCESS AND EQUITY

The Office of Access and Equity (OAE) strives to increase access to employment, programs, and services in an environment free of unlawful discrimination and harassment. If you are having issues regarding discrimination, harassment in any form, or need assistance with conflict resolution, please visit the OAE website for more information.

COUNSELING CENTER

The UIC Counseling Center offers services for students seeking assistance with issues ranging from distress with school or mental health to substance abuse. Please visit the UIC Counseling Center website for more information on their hours, location, and services.

DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTER

The UIC Disability Resource Center offers services so that students with disabilities can fully access classes, programs, services and other campus activities. Please visit the Disability Resource Center website for more information on their services. 

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