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University Ombuds Office
Speaking with the University Ombuds Office does not constitute legal notice to the University of any problem, concern or complaint. You must pursue alternative complaint avenues if you wish to obligate the University to respond in any way.
Additionally, no person shall retaliate against an individual for accessing the services of the University Ombuds Office. This is not intended to create individual or group rights, whether contractual or otherwise, that do not exist under existing law.
For more information, visit the OSU University Ombuds Office website.