The student or faculty member may request Review by the Dean only by signing and submitting Part B of Form 4, "Request for Review by the Dean," to the dean of the appropriate college or school. Reviews for undergraduate students are completed by the dean of the college in which the course was offered. Reviews for graduate students are completed by the Dean of the Graduate School. Reviews for courses offered through the BA in General Studies program are completed by the Dean of the School of Continuing Education. (Go to the list of deans and departments.)
The student or faculty member must provide Form 4, Part B to the dean of the appropriate college or school no later than five (5) working days after receiving the Summary of Fact Finding and Form 4. If, within five (5) working days after receipt of Form 4, neither the student nor the faculty member submits the Request for Review by the Dean, formal review of the grade terminates and the decision of the CGAC becomes final.
Upon receipt of Form 4, Part B, the dean will:
If the college dean concludes that the CGAC correctly followed procedures, the grade appeal process ends and the decision of the CGAC becomes final.
Within thirty (30) days after the end of each fall semester and the end of each spring semester, each dean will submit a Summary Report of Grade Appeals. Undergraduate appeals will be forwarded to the Council on Academic Affairs and graduate appeals will be forwarded to the Council on Graduate Studies. The Summary Report of Grade Appeals will include the following information on each grade appeal for which the CGAC conducted a Fact Finding Meeting:
The Summary Report of Grade Appeals will not identify the student or faculty member by name and will not include the course number or name.