Grievance Policy

Student Complaint/Grievance Procedures:

The school recommends that the involved parties meet together and discuss the problem to resolve the grievance.  The school strives to remedy complaints or disputes as quickly as possible.

Students seeking to resolve problems or complaints should first contact their instructor (if appropriate).  If the problem cannot be adequately resolved, the student should meet with the School Director.  If the problem still cannot be resolved, then the student should put the complaint in writing and give to the School Director.  A written response will be given to the student within seven working days.

The Schools policy against discrimination and/or sexual harassment is given out during the admissions process.  All complaints involving discrimination or sexual harassment must be in writing and given to Human Resources.  The student should meet with Human Resources, who will conduct a careful and thorough investigation of the alleged infraction.

If a student is accused of wrongdoing, the School Director and or Human Resources (management) shall conduct a careful and thorough investigation of the alleged infraction.  To provide procedural fairness and due process for an accused student, the administration will:

  1. Inform the student of the allegations
  2. Provide the student with an opportunity to refute the allegations
  3. Once the investigation is completed, management must examine the evidence in order to determine whether a preponderance of the evidence indicates that a violation of this policy has in fact occurred. Preponderance of the evidence exists when, after considering all relevant evidence, management concludes that is more likely than not that the charge against the alleged offender is true
  4. If management finds that a violation has occurred, appropriate corrective and/or disciplinary action must be initiated. Management will inform the complaining person and the accused person of the results of the investigation and what actions it will take to ensure that the violation will cease and that no retaliation will occur
  5. If the allegation is not found to be credible, the person with the complaint and the accused person shall be so informed, with appropriate instruction provided to each person
  6. Any party dissatisfied with the results of the investigation or the action taken as a result of that investigation may submit the matter for review. The School President will conduct the review

Further Appeal:

If the complaint or grievance cannot be resolved after exhausting the institution’s grievance procedure, the student may file a complaint with the institute’s Licensing Agency, New Mexico Higher Education Department (NMHED). NMHED will review complaints regarding public and private postsecondary institutions in New Mexico as well as New Mexico resident students attending out-of-state institutions.  


You are encouraged to make every effort to resolve your complaint through your institution’s formal complaint process.  NMHED will only respond to formal complaints submitted in writing.  Do not submit confidential information (grades, health matter, or social security numbers) in your complaint, however, you may attach supporting documents that provide more detail.  Complete and sign the Complaint Form. Create a scan of the signed document and submit it and other supporting documents to .

NM Higher Education Department
2044 Galisteo Street, Suite 4
Santa Fe, NM  87505-2100

A copy of the Complaint Form is available at the school and may be obtained by contacting Amy Woods, School Director or online at 


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