Since 1952 Adler University has continued the pioneering community psychology work of Alfred Adler, graduating socially responsible practitioners from multiple disciplines and fields who are educated to be effective personal and social change agents in the pursuit of justice.
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Adler University designates certain administrative offices as responsible for receiving, investigating, and resolving student complaints. Depending upon the nature of the complaint, there are specific policies and procedures, as detailed below. This policy applies to all Adler University students regardless of department, campus, status, or location. No retaliation shall be taken against a student who articulates a complaint.
Students who wish to submit a complaint can do so by completing and submitting the Adler Complaint Form and following the complaint submission steps listed below.
To request an alternate format, contact Disability Services, [email protected].
In addition to utilizing Adler’s complaint-resolution form, students can file complaints with IBHE at the Illinois Board of Higher Education – Complaint System.
Please see below for Adler University’s student complaint policies instructions on how to submit student complaints.
Most concerns can be resolved informally by speaking directly with the individual; this approach is encouraged. If the issue is not resolved, students who have a complaint against a faculty or staff member or administrator are expected to pursue the General Student Complaint and Appeal policy and procedure. Students who are appealing decisions regarding academic status, disciplinary action, or dismissal are expected to pursue the General Student Complaint and Appeal policy and procedure.
How to submit complaint: Complete the Student Complaint Form and submit it to [email protected]
No person shall be the object of discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, creed, ancestry, ethnicity, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, body size and shape, national origin, political belief, age, marital status, family relationship status, parental status, physical or mental disability, status as a victim of domestic violence, arrest record, pregnancy, childbirth (including but not limited to conditions related to pregnancy or childbirth), genetic information, citizenship status, military or veteran status (including unfavorable military discharge), conviction of criminal offence that is unrelated to the employment or the intended employment of that person, or any other status protected by local or federal law in employment or educational settings. For more information on the policy, please click here. All other policies can be found here.
How to submit complaint: Complete the Student Complaint Form and submit it to [email protected]
Prohibits Title IX Sexual Harassment that occurs within education programs or activities. Sexual Harassment includes Quid Pro Quo Sexual Harassment, Hostile Environment Sexual Harassment, Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking. Any person may report Sexual Harassment to the Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Coordinator. In-person reports must be made during normal business hours, but reports can be made by regular mail, telephone, or electronic mail at any time, including outside of normal business hours. For more information on the policy, please click here.
How to submit complaint: Reports may be made by complainants, third parties, witnesses or bystanders and may be made in person, by regular mail, telephone (Julie Proscia at 312.662.4304 or Ben Lyon at 312.662.4103), email ([email protected]), or by any other means that results in the Title IX Coordinator receiving the person’s verbal or written report. Individuals, including third parties and bystanders, can submit a report of Sexual Harassment electronically by completing the form.
“Sexual misconduct” includes sexual harassment, sexual assault, and sexual exploitation; is a form of sex discrimination; and is prohibited. “Interpersonal violence” includes domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking, and it is also prohibited. In-person reports must be made during normal business hours, but reports can be made by regular mail, telephone, or electronic mail at any time, including outside of normal business hours. For more information on the policy, please click here.
How to submit complaint: Reports may be made by complainants, third parties, witnesses or bystanders and may be made in person, by regular mail, telephone (Julie Proscia at 312.662.4304, Suzanne Milner at 236.521.2433, or Ben Lyon at 312.662.4103), by email ([email protected]), or by any other means that results in the Title IX Coordinator receiving the person’s verbal or written report. Individuals, including third parties and bystanders, can submit a report of Sexual Harassment electronically by completing the form
Specific criteria, as specified in the handbook, is required to form the basis of a grade appeal. See the Student Handbook for the complete policy.
How to submit complaint: Any student may request a grade appeal by contacting their instructor directly.
Students have the right to appeal decisions made by their program SDC. See the Student Handbook for the complete policy.
How to submit complaint: Students must submit a written appeal stating the grounds for the appeal with supporting documentation directly to the program chair or director of their academic program.
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The Office of Financial Aid will help you understand your options and answer any questions you have. Our financial aid counselors are available for phone or in-person consultations. You can reach the Office of Financial Aid by calling 844.459.3710 or via email.
Adler University’s COVID-19 Student Support Scholarship has provided grants totaling nearly $1 million to support students experiencing financial hardships during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To date, we have made 962 awards to students at all three campuses totaling $974,416 in three rounds of funding, in a combination of U.S. and Canadian dollars. The most recent round of awards was made on March 11.
The student relief awards were made possible by gifts from our philanthropic community, secured by the Office for Institutional Advancement, and U.S. federal government funding. We also dedicated additional institutional funds to increase the total number of awards available to students.
The COVID-19 Student Support Scholarship aims to help students struggling with expenses such as food, housing, course materials, and health care during the pandemic.
During each round of funding, we awarded grants to eligible applicants with the greatest level of demonstrated need. Most students received grants in the amount of $1,000 or $2,000. Adler University is committed to supporting our students who are experiencing financial hardships during the pandemic. We continue to identify and pursue additional funding opportunities to support students.
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