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Grade Appeals

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Saved by Richard Ribb
on December 9, 2009 at 5:19:23 pm
 

The process for grade disputes between student and faculty is as follows:

 

1. The student meets with the supervising instructor to discuss differences; an instructor may refer the student to the teaching or lab assistant who was responsible for the evaluation of student work, but remains accountable, ultimately.

2. If unsatisfied, the student appeals in writing to the department chair, who may decide a grade change.

3. If still unsatisfied after appealing to the chair, the student amy appeal to the Associate Dean for Student Affairs.

 

Note that each succeeding appeal reduces the chance for a grade change, generally speaking.

 

For more informataion see student form, "Procedures for Filing a Grade Appeal."

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