LaGuardia Community College’s Student Advocate/Ombuds Officer offers a confidential, neutral resource for students to receive assistance, voice concerns and complaints. The Student Advocate/Ombuds Officer serves as a mediator who strives to address issues and facilitates communication and resolution in a fair and equitable manner. The term “Ombudsman” originated in Sweden in 1809 when a public official was appointed to deal with individual complaints against government acts. Mission of the Office To create opportunities for students to grow academically and socially. What are the services of the Ombuds Office? Provides information about LaGuardia Community College’s policies, procedures, services, rights and responsibilities.
The Student Advocate/Ombuds Officer will assist in resolving issues and concerns.
Any student seeking advice can use the services of the Student Advocate/Ombuds Officer. Who is LaGuardia’s Student Advocate/Ombuds Officer? Dr. Robert WaltonStudent Advocate/Ombuds Officer Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs, Room C-317 (718) 482-5414 E-Mail: email@example.com Office Hours: Monday through Friday: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Additional evening hours available by appointment