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College Ombuds

The College Ombuds provides confidential, impartial, independent and informal assistance to students in addressing academic and nonacademic issues at the College that current processes and procedures have not resolved. The Ombuds is located in the Campus and Civic Engagement office, Student Union Room 154. For more information, call (850) 201-6140 or send an email to

The Ombuds may:
             • Answer questions
             • Help analyze the student’s situation
             • Help develop options for addressing the student’s situation/concern
             • Identify and explain current College policies and procedures
             • Listen to the student’s concerns and complaints
             • Refer the student to appropriate resource and/or arrange meetings
The Ombuds cannot:
             • Advocate for specific outcomes
             • Force any College office to change a decision
             • Make binding or administrative decisions
             • Make decisions for the student
             • Make, change or set aside policy, procedures, rules or regulations
             • Provide legal advice or represent students in a legal matter
             • Replace or circumvent existing channels
Useful Links and Resources: 
             • Student Code of Conduct
             • Academic Calendars
             • Student Complaint Routes
             • Written Student Complaint Procedures
             • Disability Support Services
             • Veteran Affairs
             • Financial Aid
             • Course Withdrawal
Contact Information

For more information contact the Division of Student Affairs by phone (850) 201-8490 or e-mail

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