University of Jamestown is dedicated to providing students with resources that will better equip them to have the best possible college experience in positive and empowering ways. We want to provide for academic success of all students and be attentive to fulfill personal and social needs. The University of Jamestown is committed to a policy of equitable consideration of its students and their relationships with peers, faculty, staff, administrators, and the university as a whole. Students are encouraged to engage in constructive and respectful dialogue regarding any situation directly with appropriate individuals involved whenever possible.
- Meet with students one-on-one regarding challenges in school, work, and life.
- Connect students with appropriate campus and community resources
- Address problems, concerns, and provide information as needed to ensure students have all necessary information to make their own informed decisions
- Assist students to resolve conflicts at the level closest to the student
The University of Jamestown is committed to ensuring an environment free from all discrimination and/or harassment based on race, color, national origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation, or other status with respect to which discrimination would be unlawful. Any student, administrator, faculty, or staff who believes he or she has been subjected to or witnessed discrimination, harassment, or a hostile environment shall promptly report such conduct to the Affirmative Action Officer in Human Resources or to the Student Advocacy Coordinator in Residence Life. The University’s discrimination/harassment complaint report and investigation procedures can be found in the Discrimination-Harassment Procedures and Policy
Academic Affairs (grade appeals and non-academic integrity issues) processes are located in the UJ Academic Catalog.
Student Affairs (conduct appeals) processes are included in the Student Handbook