Questions, Comments and Suggestions for the Division of Undergraduate Education
This Virtual Feedback Box gives employees in the Division of Undergraduate Education a place to feel heard, submit anonymous suggestions for improvement and provide feedback to better foster a sense of belonging within the Division and at the university. The units comprising the Division are spread across campus, making a physical feedback box impractical and a virtual submission process accessible to all.

All submissions are anonymous, unless you denote otherwise. The Chief of Staff of the Division of Undergraduate Education, Cindy Bumgarner, will view all submissions. Ideas presented may be shared with the Division’s senior leadership team. You can also send a note through campus mail to the Chief of Staff (mail code 1500).

We strive for the Division to embody principles of Equity, Inclusion and Diversity as well as the Berkeley operating principles. We have listed these principles should you find them helpful in framing your questions, concerns, ideas and general feedback. Please indicate any Operating Principle(s) your submission may relate to.
We welcome suggestions that hone in on ways in which we work together, communicate and conduct business, offer approaches for improving efficiency and outline means to foster an equitable and inclusive climate at UC Berkeley. If you have ideas on how to improve our work environment, we want to hear from you.
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