THE CENTRAL Student Council (CSC) has introduced a new form for student complaints against fellow students, faculty members, administrators, support staff, and organizations.

The “STRAW Form,” launched during the Students’ Rights and Awareness Week (STRAW) held Oct. 20-24, can be obtained online or from the CSC office, the Office for Student Affairs (OSA), and college student councils. The form must be enclosed in an envelope and submitted in drop boxes at the OSA and council offices.

According to the project proposal, the presidents of CSC and the college student council will represent the complainant in investigations. Complainants may seek the assistance of a lawyer.

CSC President Ina Vergara said the project’s main objective was to protect and uphold the rights of Thomasians through a formal grievance mechanism.

“Ang STRAW Form ay nagtataguyod ng isang mabuting pag-uugnayan sa pagitan ng estudyante at administrasyon sa pagreresolba ng mga isinumiteng saloobin o hinaing,” Vergara said. Roberto A. Vergara, Jr.

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