Annual Reports of the Office of the Ombuds

Annual reports are posted in order to share the data tracked by the Office of the Ombuds regarding the demographics of visitors, as well as inquiries, concerns, and/or issues which the visitors bring to the attention of the campus ombuds (without revealing the identity of the visitors.)  Further, the reports address outreach efforts and future goals and challenges of the campus ombuds in carrying out the office's responsibilities.  Should there be any questions about the annual reports, please do not hesitate to contact the campus ombuds at ombuds@gallaudet.edu

Inaugural Report of the Office of the Ombuds:  January 15, 2008 - June 30, 2009

Second Annual Report of the Office of the Ombuds:  Academic Year 2009-2010

Third Annual Report of the Office of the Ombuds:  Academic Year 2010-2011

Fourth Annual Report of the Office of the Ombuds:  Academic Year 2011-2012

Fifth Annual Report of the Office of the Ombuds  Academic Year 2012-2013

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