As you continue your progress in the College of Education & Human Development you will interact with a number of Mizzou representatives who are here to support your experience.

Together, our goal is to ensure that you have a positive experience. However, sometimes situations arise that may be concerning to you. As a student, it is your responsibility to acknowledge and respond to such situations as they arise. The majority of concerns arise due to misunderstandings with college faculty or staff. Begin with meeting with that individual to share your concern. If the concern is not addressed through this discussion, contact the individual below for further assistance, beginning with the first person listed. If the response you receive does not address your concern fully, please contact the next person on the list.


Undergraduate Students

Do you have a concern with Course/Grade? (See the MU policy)

  1. Instructor of your course.

  2. Program Coordinator, Director of Undergraduate Studies, and/or Director of Teacher Education:
  1. Department Chair/School Director:
  1. Associate Dean of Student Success & Academic Affairs, Dr. Jennifer Fellabaum-Toston

Do you have a concern within your CEHD program?

Begin with the first person listed:

  1. Emphasis Area Leader:

2. Department Chair:


Graduate Students

Do you have a concern with Course/Grade? (See the MU policy)

Begin with the first person listed:

  1. Instructor of your course
  1. Director of Graduate Studies:
  1. Department Chair/School Director:
  1. Associate Dean of Student Success & Academic Affairs, Dr. Jennifer Fellabaum-Toston

Do you have a concern related to College of Education & Human Development staff, faculty member, or a concern about your Program?

Begin with the first person listed:

  1. Discuss the concern with the individual involved (if applicable). 
  1. Director of Graduate Studies:
  1. Department Chair/School Director:
  1. Associate Dean of Student Success & Academic Affairs, Dr. Jennifer Fellabaum-Toston

General questions or suggestions can be sent to the Associate Dean of Student Success & Academic Affairs, Dr. Jennifer Fellabaum-Toston.