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Student Appeal of Grades

A student who wishes to appeal or contest a grade assigned in a course must do so within the subsequent academic semester. The appeal must be submitted in writing to the instructor(s) who taught the course. The instructor(s) will respond to the student in writing within eight working days from the date of the appeal. Should this response not satisfy the appeal, the student will appeal to the Dean for the academic division that teaches the course within eight days from the date of the instructor’s response. The Dean may conduct a conference that would include the Dean, the student, and the instructor(s). The Dean will respond to the student in writing within eight working days from the date of the student’s appeal. Should this response not satisfy the appeal, the student will appeal to the Vice President of Academic Affairs within eight working days from the date of the Dean’s response. The Vice President of Academic Affairs will respond to the appeal within eight working days from the date of the student’s appeal. The decision of the Vice President of Academic Affairs will be final.

The College will not consider appeals initiated more than one semester following the time that the dispute arose. (This statute of limitations will not be extended unless clear and convincing evidence exists that to expect the student to have raised the appeal in a timelier manner would be unreasonable.)

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