The A&S Graduate Ombuds Office is located in James Blair Hall, Room 312.
Ombudsperson: Professor Hiroshi Kitamura, 221-3740, [[hxkita]]
Monday 11am-1pm or by appointment
Dr. Hiroshi Kitamura
c/o Lyon Gardiner Tyler Department of History
College of William & Mary
James Blair Hall 312
Williamsburg VA 23185
The Office of the Ombudsperson is a place where A&S Graduate students at William and Mary can turn for information and consultation.
Any student enrolled in graduate studies in A&S who seeks in good faith to raise a question, resolve a problem or talk about a concern regarding graduate studies in A&S has the right to contact and meet with the Ombudsperson during normal business hours to discuss his/her problem or concern. When necessary, the Ombudsperson will make special arrangements to meet with the person outside normal business hours.
To the extent possible, information provided by students will be kept confidential. No action will be taken without a student's explicit consent.
Students seeking to resolve conflicts will be actively involved in the process of conflict management. This might be achieved through the preparation of a plan to address specific problems or concerns.
When appropriate, mediation or conciliation is facilitated between all concerned individuals.
The College of William and Mary complies with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act. Crime statistics and the annual Campus Safety Report are available from the Office of Institutional Analysis and Effectiveness.