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  School of Social Work 2005-2007 Academic Policies and Procedures Student Grievance/ Complaint Procedures Grievances/Complaints—Fieldwork  

Grievances/Complaints—Fieldwork

1. A complaint/grievance may be initiated by the student meeting with his or her faculty adviser and the field consultant to the agency. At this point, each of the above persons should explore all possibilities for an informal resolution to the grievance/complaint.

2. The second step, if necessary, is for the student and the field consultant to meet the field instructor of the agency to discuss the complaint/grievance and its possible resolution.

3. The complaint/grievance is presented in writing to the Director of Field Instruction for possible resolution. This step is initiated when the response in step 2 is not satisfactory to all involved.

4. If the student is unable to get a satisfactory response in step 3, he or she can forward the grievance to the dean of the school for a final decision.


 
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