Submit an Idea/Question/Concern

Submit an Idea/Question/Concern

An important role of the Staff Advisory Council is to help staff members forward ideas/questions/concerns to the correct person/division. If you have a concern, suggestion, or questions and don't know where to turn, or if you want to find out if an issue has been addressed previously, please feel free to contact us at

Staff Advisory Council may attempt to resolve issues submitted by staff by contacting the person or department associated with the issues.

  • Concerns, suggestions, or questions can either be communicated to a SAC member or by completing the anonymous feedback form below.

  • The submissions are forwarded to the Chair and the Vice Chair of SAC. The Vice Chair will handle all submissions and report back during SAC meetings.

  • Please keep in mind that if you want a direct response to your comment, you will need to leave your contact information with your comments on the feedback form. If no contact information is included, the form is completely anonymous.

Steps to Resolving an Issue/Concern:

  1. Identify the issue/concern.

  2. Determine if the issue/concern has been addressed before. If so, respond to the constituent with the answer.

  3. If it is a new issue/concern, identify the person or department to best address and resolve the issue/concern.

  4. Forward the issue/concern to that person.

  5. Identify the next step. Is there a solution? Is a committee already working on the issue/concern?

  6. Contact the constituent (where possible) advising him or her of the outcome.

We are not able to resolve all issues, but, if necessary, we will continue to ask questions until there is an outcome.


Anonymous Feedback Form

Submit Anonymous Feedback

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The information provided using this web site is only intended to be general summary information to the public. It does not reflect the views of the Staff Advisory Council.