The following procedure for reporting a classroom communication concern is intended to provide a mechanism for improving classroom communication. Communication concerns may include, among other examples: difficulty with the delivery method of the instructor (e.g., unclear instructions or conflicting information), difficulty comprehending the language of the instructor, or difficulty hearing the instructor’s instructions (e.g., substandard acoustics or weak voice projection).
A student desiring to report a classroom communication concern should initiate the following process within the first 12 class days of the semester, whenever possible, in order to identify an alternative course, if necessary. The last date a student may initiate the classroom communication concerns procedure is the same as the Q-drop deadline. The reporting student should follow these steps in the order listed:
Click here for the Classroom Communication Concerns Form.
Questions regarding the Classroom Communication Concerns form posted here on the the Office of the Registrar website, should be directed to:
Office of the Associate Provost for Undergraduate Studies
Texas A&M University