Students are encouraged to express both positive and critical feedback to faculty, administrators and staff. The IIRP encourages students to voice their opinions and feelings because they play a critical role in the ongoing improvement of the Graduate School.

The IIRP asks students to identify themselves (using their student ID number) when completing course evaluations or student surveys. Part of our restorative culture is that feedback helps us grow. Anonymous feedback is inconsistent with the philosophy of restorative practices. Knowing students’ concerns gives faculty, administrators and staff opportunities to clear up any misunderstandings and get clarification if necessary. The IIRP views feedback as healthy and as an opportunity for positive change.