University ombudsperson is there to advocate for and support students

By Robert Boos
Posted January 17, 2018

Renne Beaulieu-Banks

Renne Beaulieu-Banks

Metropolitan State University continues to address and provide resources available to students.

Renee Beaulieu-Banks currently serves as the ombudsperson and American Indian Student Success Coordinator.

Beaulieu-Banks’ primary responsibility as ombudsperson is to provide advocacy and support for students who may be engaged in the grade appeal or student complaint process. Students should consult the ombudsperson in the event they believe they were treated unfairly in the grading process. With many years of service and commitment to students, Beaulieu-Banks’ is available help navigate the processes. More information about the Academic Appeals Procedure can be found on the University website here.