1. Clemson University provides four mechanisms for the resolution of conflicts:
a. If a faculty member believes another faculty member is not complying with the provisions of this Faculty Manual, they may use the Faculty Manual Violation procedure specified in Chapter ii d.
b. Other conflicts may be resolved using the Grievance Process described in this chapter.
i. The Grievance Process conforms to South Carolina State Law regarding grievance processes for state employees in higher education.
c. Other conflicts may be resolved through the Formal Complaint Procedure described in this Chapter.
d. The Office of Access and Equity monitors the University’s compliance with all federal, state and University policies related to equitable treatment and unlawful discrimination and is one resource for faculty who feel aggrieved for reasons related to unlawful discrimination
To fully understand the University grievance process refer to Chapter V of the Faculty Manual for full details. Please review this information before beginning the grievance process.
Contact the Ombudsperson, Grievance Coordinator and Grievance Consultants directly. Grievance Consultants do not advise faculty members or administrators from their own colleges.
Grievance consultants do not advise faculty members or administrators from their own colleges.
John Whitcomb, College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences
Anne Grant, University Libraries
Antonis Katsiyannis, College of Education
Tony Cawthon, Administrative Grievance Consultant
Once each academic year, the Chair of the University Grievance Board shall give the Faculty Senate a summary report concerning grievance activities.