All students who have a complaint against Hilbert College are strongly encouraged to discuss the matter in question with the appropriate Hilbert College departments or employees most directly involved as a first step towards resolution. Hilbert College is committed to the respectful and fair treatment of students and to creating an environment where students can report serious academic and non-academic concerns in a safe and responsive setting. Hilbert College has policies and resources available to guide students on how to report issues of concern in the Student Handbook.
If a grievance does not fall under one of the categories listed in the Student Handbook, students should consult with the Dean of Students:
Gregory Roberts, Dean of Students
Franciscan Hall, Suite 107
firstname.lastname@example.org, (716) 926-8935
Below is a list of possible examples for students to file complaints against if any of the following are in violation:
If you believe that Hilbert has not adequately resolved your issue, you may file a complaint with the New York State Education Department (NYSED) by following the procedures listed on the NYSED website.
File a Complaint with NYSED
For questions or complaints about programs related to professions with licensure or certification in New York, please see the New York State Education Department’s Office of the Professions’ website at Office of the Professions | Office of the Professions (nysed.gov) or contact opprogs@NYSED.gov.
For New York State Licensure areas, please view the New York State Licensed Professions | Office of the Professions (nysed.gov) page.
For students living out-of-state and involved with distance learning/online education courses: NC-SARA complaint information.
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