General Feedback and Student Grievances
Guilford College is an approved institution under the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA). This assures that we meet comparable national standards for interstate post-secondary distance education courses and programs across state lines.
Distance / Online Learners with a complaint may share this with Guilford College through the Distance / Online Learning Complaint form. Use your Guilford Network login to access the site and select "Distance / Online Learning Complaint" under the Form Type drop-down menu.
The Student Grievance Policy outlines the steps a student can take to file a grievance and the steps of the College’s response. Student complaints that do not fall into other categories as shown on this webpage should be addressed through the student grievance policy. If a student complaint submitted through the General Feedback Form constitutes a student grievance, it will follow this policy and process.
Title IX and Equal Opportunity and Bias Incident Reports
Members of the College community, guests and visitors have the right to be free from sexual violence and discrimination. Find the Title IX Policy and Grievance Procedures, reporting options, and the Notice of Non-Discrimination in the Title IX and Equal Opportunity information.
Community members are encouraged to report various acts of bias or hate witnessed on campus and can do so through this Bias Incident Report Form. Submitted reports are reviewed for response and action by the Bias Incident Team.
A student may appeal a grade based on the grounds and process outlined in the Academic Regulations of the College Catalog within 10 business days after the official due date for final grades.
A student who was found responsible for an academic honor code violation may appeal the outcome within 10 business days by following the process outlined in the Academic Regulations of the College Catalog.
A student who was found responsible for a violation of the Student Code of Conduct may appeal the outcome within 48 hours by following the process outlined in the Student Conduct Appeals Process of the Student Handbook.
Students may appeal decisions or fines imposed by Residential Education & Housing within 10 business days by following the guidance on the respective form found on the Res Ed and Housing website under Appeal Forms.
On-campus parking and traffic tickets may be appealed through the Department of Public Safety according to campus Parking Regulations.
A complainant or respondent may appeal the outcome of a Title IX/Sexual Misconduct case within 72 hours of receipt of the written hearing report by following the procedures outlined in the Title IX Policy and Grievance Procedures found in the Title IX and Equal Opportunity information.