Student Conduct, Rights, and Responsibilities

Grade Appeals

A grade appeal is a dispute arising out of a final grade given by a member of the faculty that is based on an error, arbitrary or capricious, or not in alignment with the grading criteria provided in the course syllabus. Formal grade appeals are initiated only after all attempts at informal resolution have been exhausted through the Department and College Level Review. Initial Notices of Dispute must be filed with Student Conduct, Rights, and Responsibilities no later than ten (10) instructional days of the commencement of the semester immediately subsequent to the semester in which the student received the grade in question.

Grade Appeal Related Forms

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