The Administrative Board of the School of Education has established an Appeals subcommittee to consider administrative appeals from students and applicants with a variety of concerns or requests.  

The Appeals subcommittee is a standing committee comprised of School faculty, staff and administration attuned to the needs of students and the policies and procedures of the University. Read more about the Student Appeals Committee Policy.  

Examples of appeals may include, but are not limited to:  

  • Requests to retroactively withdraw or drop courses  
  • Requests to drop courses for medical reasons after posted deadlines  
  • Grade appeals  
  • Appeals for denial of reinstatement into a program  
  • Dismissal from program   
  • Denial of admissions  

If you feel you have a case for an administrative appeal, please contact the School of Education Office of Student Affairs at 

Student appeals are considered on a case-by-case basis with proper documentation.  

Admission appeals are only considered on the basis of:  

  1. an error in the admissions process OR  
  2. a misinterpretation of data.  

You have 30 days from the decision notification to appeal.