The University respects your right to make an anonymous complaint.
Remaining anonymous means that you do not provide any identifying information, such as your name, address or contact details, when you submit your complaint.
If you decide to remain anonymous you should be aware that an anonymous complaint can usually only be assessed on the information you provide in your complaint. If you remain anonymous, the University will be unable to seek clarification or additional information from you. As a result it may be difficult for the University to fully assess the issues or concerns you raise in your complaint and it may be difficult for us to progress an investigation into your complaint.
Further, you should note that in accordance with the principles of natural justice, as part of any investigation process we may need to provide sufficient details about the nature of your complaint to a person or service provider being complained about in order for them to provide a response to your complaint. Without your name and contact details we will be unable to advise you of any outcome or actions taken.
If you wish to lodge an anonymous complaint you can send a written statement (marked confidential) to either firstname.lastname@example.org or in hard copy to the following postal address:
Student Policy & Integrity Services
GPO Box 2100
Adelaide SA 5001