October 11, 2009

George Mason University Ombuds Reports Second Year of Increased Visitor Demand

During the 2008‐2009 academic year, GMU Ombuds Dolores Gomez-Moran handled 160 cases, which reflected a 21% increase from the previous year, and a 54% increase from two years ago. The GMU Ombuds Office continued to see a wide range of issues. For example, student concerns about professors was a top concern, but just 12% of the total cases. The report also showed strong demand for Ombuds assistance with non-academic issues--a service Gomez-Moran added in 2007. (GMU Ombuds 2008-09 Report.)

Related post: Profile of George Mason University Ombuds.

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