Students who have questions or concerns about how their accommodations are being provided or interactions/communication with instructors are encouraged to contact their Access Coordinator immediately. Access Coordinators can provide support, information, and appropriate referrals. Students who have concerns about interactions with their Access Coordinator should contact the Assistant Vice President of Disability and Access. Students may also choose to utilize the official grievance procedures below.
The University of Texas at Austin is committed to advancing a fair, just, and supportive campus culture. As part of that commitment, the University created the Department of Investigation and Adjudication (DIA) to investigate allegations of discrimination, harassment, and other prohibited conduct. These claims can involve students, faculty, staff, contractors, applicants, visitors, and other members of the University community. As a neutral investigator, DIA supports the University in fostering a campus environment that is inclusive, respectful, and free from discrimination and harassment. You have the right to file a complaint with DIA to raise concerns about discrimination, harassment, or retaliation at The University of Texas at Austin.
More information about the Student Grievance Procedures can be found in the Course Catalog: https://catalog.utexas.edu/general-information/student-services/student-grievance-procedures/
Another resource is the Center for Access and Restorative Engagement (CARE), which serves as a resource to cultivate belonging throughout the university community. CARE encourage learning and dialogue among community members as they navigate experience-centered relationship dynamics. The Center for Access and Restorative Engagement (CARE) is committed to promoting fairness, repairing harm and prompting critical thinking about perspectives.
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