Provost and Vice-President (Academic)
The Student Ombuds Office offers a safe place for undergraduate and graduate students of the University of Calgary to discuss student related issues, interpersonal conflict, academic and non-academic concerns, and many other problems. What does an Ombuds do?
You can speak freely to us because we promise to keep our discussions confidential, and we are not part of any formal university process. We do not take sides in disputes and operate independently of the university reporting only to a board representing equally the Students’ Union, Graduate Students Association and the university. Principles of the Ombuds Office
Contact us should an issue arise which requires answers. We will listen to your concerns, give you information about the university's policies and procedures, help you evaluate and assess your situation, and assist you in making plans to resolve the conflict.
You control the process and decide which course of action to take. And we respect your choices.
For an appointment with the Student Ombudsperson, please send your request via email or call:
Office Location: MacKimmie Block, Room 212
The Ombudsperson will be better prepared to help you if you submit the advising intake form before your visit. At the very least, please consider filling it out and bringing it.
Please take a few moments to answer a short survey on your experiences with the Student Ombuds Office. All information shared will be kept confidential.