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Grievances and Complaints
For information on policies and procedures relating to grievances and complaints, please see the Student Handbook, pages 17 and 25. Students may also contact the Illinois Board of Higher Education at complaints.ibhe.org or the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, IL 60604, email email@example.com or phone 800.621.7440 or 312.263.0456.
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Jewish Studies Distance Learning Course Registration
These courses are for students already admitted to Spertus Institute's Master's in Jewish Studies programs. These courses are open to doctoral students, but doctoral students should check with their advisor before registering. Courses can be started at any time.
Course Registration and Payment
Spertus Institute welcomes course registration from students with accounts in good standing. An account in good standing is defined as:
- Student's unpaid account balance is less than $2,500 (roughly two courses).
- The most recent payments on past due balances are within the last six months.
Students who do not meet these criteria will need to pay down their balance prior to registering for additional courses.
Safety and Security
As part of our compliance with regulations mandated for institutions that participate in the Title IV Federal Student Loan Program, Spertus Institute makes a number of policies, reports, and related resources available to our students, faculty, and employees. These include emergency and evacuation procedures, the reporting of crimes and crime statistics, and policies related to sexual harassment, assault, and drug and alcohol abuse. This material is collected in the Annual Security Report, which is sent to students, faculty, and employees and at the end of each year will be posted here and on the Transparency page of the Spertus Institute website.
In addition, it is our pleasure to provide links to other websites that provide important information and prevention tips.
Voter Registration and Constitution Day
Title IV regulations also require that participating institutions provide information about Voter Registration as well as educational resources relating to Constitution Day, which takes place annually on September 17.
The Jack Miller Center's Constitution Day Initiative
Constitution Day Resources
Constitution of the United States
Teaching with Documents: Observing Constitution Day
National Constitution Center — Constitution Day
US Constitution Day Educational Program
In celebration of Constitution Day , we are pleased to provide audio of a lecture on the Constitution, with a comparative look at constitutional discussions in Israel, delivered by Professor Steven Resnicoff.