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Student Conduct and Academic Integrity


Appeals

An appeal is a request for procedural review, not a new hearing.

Submit Your Appeal

Following the date of your hearing, you will be granted five business days to have your appeal submitted.

 

Appealing Your Hearing

You can only appeal if:

  • deviation from procedural rules prejudiced the findings of the committee.
  • new evidence has become available that was not available at the time of the hearing.

Who reviews appeals?

Appeals are reviewed by different faculty and staff members depending on the type of case. The Committee on Academic Responsibility, a faculty group organized within the Faculty Senate hears Honor Code appeals. The Vice President of Student Affairs, or designee, hears Code of Conduct appeals. Any case that involved policies related to Title IX or interpersonal violence is heard by an appellate board of faculty and staff who work outside the Division of Student Affairs. 

Student Conduct and Academic Integrity