Student Academic Appeals Process
A student who feels that he or she has been treated unfairly or unjustly by a faculty member of the university with regard to an academic process has the right to appeal according to approved procedure. Specific grounds for an appeal include one or more of the following occurrences:
(1) that a computational/recording, or other technical error has been made but has not been acknowledged by the instructor;
(2) that the grade has been assigned in an arbitrary, capricious, or vindictive manner, or in a manner intended to inappropriately manipulate or control the student;
(3) that the assigned grade does not reflect the grading criteria in the course syllabus; or
(4) that published department policies have not been followed.