Michigan

2022-01-24T22:35:23-08:00

The Michigan Corporations, Securities & Commercial Licensing (CSCL) Bureau is responsible for responding to formal complaints against authorized public, independent non-profit and proprietary institutions of higher education providing distance education from Michigan or out-of-state institutions of higher education providing distance education in Michigan pursuant to 2015 PA 45 (Act). For instructions and the complaint form see: https://www.michigan.gov/documents/lara/Post-Secondary_Student_Complaints_498839_7.pdf

Michigan2022-01-24T22:35:23-08:00

New York

2022-02-15T19:21:40-08:00

For all types of complaints concerning colleges and universities in New York State, the first course of action must be to try to resolve the complaint directly with the administration of the college or university involved. The New York Office of College and University Evaluation will not review a complaint until all grievance procedures at the institution have been followed and all avenues of appeal exhausted and documentation provided that such procedures have been exhausted. For instructions on filing your complaint see: http://www.nysed.gov/college-university-evaluation/filing-complaint-about-college-or-university Office of College and University Evaluation 5 North Mezzanine Albany, NY 12234 Resolution Process: http://www.highered.nysed.gov/ocue/spr/COMPLAINTFORMINFO.html [...]

New York2022-02-15T19:21:40-08:00

North Carolina

2022-06-21T13:04:42-07:00

The State Authorization Unit of the University of North Carolina System Office serves as the official state entity to receive complaints concerning post-secondary institutions that are authorized to operate in North Carolina. If students are unable to resolve a complaint through the institution’s grievance procedures, they can review the Student Complaint Policy (PDF) and submit their complaint using the online complaint form at https://studentcomplaints.northcarolina.edu/form. For more information contact: North Carolina Post-Secondary Education Complaints 150 Friday Center Drive Chapel Hill, NC 27517 studentcomplaint@northcarolina.edu; (919) 962-4558 To file a complaint with the Consumer Protection Division of the North Carolina Department of Justice, [...]

North Carolina2022-06-21T13:04:42-07:00

What does this affiliation mean for our diversity, equity, and inclusion commitments?

2022-01-06T20:12:11-08:00

Rowan University has a demonstrable track record in DEI with their diversity by design philosophy and a wide range of student support services.  As an affiliate in the RG network, we are joining a group of institutions committed to DEI. Fielding Graduate University is moving forward on its promise to center Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion throughout the fabric of the institution as part of our overall historical and institutional commitment to social justice.

What does this affiliation mean for our diversity, equity, and inclusion commitments?2022-01-06T20:12:11-08:00

How do I share my screen?

2022-01-05T17:35:41-08:00

A: In the host control panel there is a button that says “screen share” if you click on it, it will show you all the open windows on your computer and you can select which ones to share. Note that if a co-host is sharing their screen, they must turn it off before you can share yours.

How do I share my screen?2022-01-05T17:35:41-08:00

Can I record the seminar?

2022-01-05T17:28:41-08:00

A: If you are the host of a meeting, yes you can record the seminar.

Can I record the seminar?2022-01-05T17:28:41-08:00

How do I mute and unmute myself?

2022-01-05T17:27:00-08:00

A: Click on the mic icon at the bottom left to mute and unmute yourself. You may also be muted by the host.

How do I mute and unmute myself?2022-01-05T17:27:00-08:00

How do I turn on/off my video?

2022-01-05T17:25:56-08:00

A: At the bottom left of the meeting screen, there is an option to turn your video on and off as well as select where the video is coming from (laptop camera or external camera).

How do I turn on/off my video?2022-01-05T17:25:56-08:00

How do I get my mic to work?

2022-01-05T17:25:05-08:00

A: When you join a meeting it should automatically use your computer’s audio. If you have an external mic, you can select that from the audio features in the bottom left corner of the meeting screen.

How do I get my mic to work?2022-01-05T17:25:05-08:00
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