Student Ombudsman

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The role of the Student Ombudsman, provided for by article 15 of the University Statute, is to receive reports on dysfunctions and restrictions affecting the rights of students. This independent body does not report hierarchically or functionally, in any way, to university bodies and exists solely to ensure compliance with current regulations. Students can contact the Ombudsman to report any forms or types of abuse, dysfunctions, shortfalls, delays, violations of the law or the principles of good administration, lack of respect for values. The Student Ombudsman monitors UniBo’s teaching, research, and service activities with an impact on the rights and interests of the University's students, to ensure that they are in compliance with the values and rules laid down in the  University’s Ethical Code of Behaviour and the principles and rights specified in the University Statute.