While there is no specific point person for consultation on this policy and procedure, there are several on-campus resources available to provide information and assistance, including the following:
Or your faculty advisor: locations vary
Please read section VI. “Grade Appeal Process” of the policy which defines the role of consultants in the grade appeal process.
Please read the info posted under Reasons to Appealon this website, as well as the Student Grade Appeal Policy.
The deadline for appealing a grade received in the fall semester is March 15/March
29 of the following spring semester.
The deadline for appealing a grade received in the spring semester is October 15/October 29 of the following fall semester.
No. Your grade appeal needs to take place in the semester immediately following the semester in which you received the grade. (see answer above: fall grades can only be appealed in the following spring; spring grades can only be appealed in the following fall).
Instructors are generally off contract during summer and winter break and will not reply to email during that period. You should send your request to the instructor at the beginning of the next semester.
No. You first need to talk to the Department/Program Chair and the Dean of the College and keep all emails to document your efforts. Please read section VI of the policy.
No. You first need to talk to the Department/Program Chair and the Dean of the College, keep all emails to document your efforts. Please read section VI of the policy.
A scanner is available in the library, please contact the circulation desk for the exact location (currently, the scanner is located on the 3rd floor, but the location might change).
Contact the Academic Senate Coordinator at email@example.com
The time necessary to resolve cases varies, so there is no guarantee that a decision will be rendered at the time you need to decide what courses to take in the next semester.
Yes. You may contact DSS at 760-750-4905 or by going to Craven Hall 4200/4300.