Share Your Experience
There are a variety of tools available to provide feedback and submit concerns. Please review the table below for more information.
Academic misconduct violates the principle of intellectual integrity, which is the foundation of our institution. Violating that principle is one of the most serious offenses a student can commit. Community members may use this form to report academic misconduct (as listed in the Bulletin and respective policies of the schools at Columbia University) to Student Conduct and Community Standards.
|Student of Concern Incident Report||
This form may be used by members and neighbors of the Columbia Community to report alleged violations of the Columbia University Rules of University Conduct, other alleged policy violations, and/or other general concerns involving Columbia University students and/or student groups. You may use this form to document any academic or behavioral concerns about a student within our community.
|Gender Based Misconduct||
The University does not tolerate any form of gender-based misconduct, which includes sexual harassment, sexual assault, gender-based harassment, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual exploitation, and stalking. Community members who have experienced, witnessed or become aware of gender-based misconduct are encouraged to seek assistance, report the incident, and engage the University processes. This form may be used to file a report with the University.
|Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action (EOAA)||
This form should be used to refer an incident involving an alleged violation of The Columbia University Employee Policies and Procedures on Discrimination, Harassment, Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence and Stalking. These allegations are investigated and adjudicated by Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action.
|Discrimination and Harassment||
The University strongly encourages community members who have experienced, witnessed, or become aware of conduct that violates the Non-Discrimination Statement and Policy to submit an incident report so that the University can take appropriate steps to prevent such conduct from occurring in the future and to amend its effects. This form may be used to file a report with the University.
Course evaluations are one of the most important tools for instructors to monitor student feedback for teaching effectiveness. The School of Professional Studies administers end-of-term online course evaluations for all courses. The online evaluations are conducted through the course management system EvaluationKIT, which can be accessed via Canvas.
|SPS Listening Owl||
This form should be used to share feedback regarding your overall SPS experience. experience with our programs, services, and staff by completing the brief response form. We value questions and input from the members of our community and encourage you to provide us with your quality feedback. You may choose to be anonymous or you may provide us with a name and an email address for follow up from an administrator at the University.