We don't, not about faculty anyway. My suggestion is to refer students to the Dean of Faculty or who ever is responsible. We need the support of our faculty, and if push came to shove I am positive our learning center would suffer one way or the other. There should already be some mechanisms at your school, doing anything formal from your end to pursue complaints may cause unnecessary conflict. Elizabeth Bergman wrote: > What do you do when you receive a serious complaint about a professor > or > when the same complaint about a professor is repeated by several > students? > > At our learning center, as with most of you, I am sure, we have heard > plenty of whining about assignments, teaching styles, etc. We have > always > redirected the students to the task at hand. However, there were rare > > occasions when the complaint was so serious that the students wanted > to > know the procedure and hierarchy for making a formal complaint (see > the > department chair, and then, if necessary, talk to the Dean of Academic > > Affairs). > > We do not have a mechanism for our learning center to report > complaints to > Academic Affairs because we want to maintain a good working > relationship > with faculty. > > How does your learning center handle complaints?