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Academic Suspension Appeals

 
To appeal your academic suspension or second suspension to the Academic Standards Committee, use the link above.  If you have difficulty with the link, please contact The Registrar's Office (UC 215) at 501-977-2052. 
 
  • Submit completed appeal form using the link above.
  • You may attach any supporting documents or drop off supporting documents in the Registrar's Office (UC 215).
  • Appeals for the Spring 2020 semester must be received by Thursday, January 2, 2020.
  • The Academic Standards Committee will meet on Friday, January 3, 2020 to review all appeals.  
  • Students will be contacted with the results.  

Academic Withdrawal Appeals

If you have been Administratively Withdrawn by your Instructor, you only have seven (7) days from the date of emailed notice to appeal.

Administrative Withdrawal Appeal Form

  • Submit completed appeal form using the link above.
  • You may attach any supporting documents or drop off supporting documents in the Registrar's Office (UC 215).
  • Once you have submitted your appeal, you can and "should" participate in class until the appeal has been heard.
  • The committee meets once per week (Thursday morning) to review the appeals.
  • Students will be contacted with the results.  

Grade Appeals

 Students wishing to appeal a grade they have received must contact the Registrar within 30 days of the end of the term/semester in which the grade in question was recorded.

  • Appeal must be submitted to the Registrar in writing stating the nature of the complaint. 
  • After verification, the registrar will refer the appeal to the Dean for further investigation.
  • The Dean will report the findings to the Registrar's Office within 15 days.
  • The Registrar will notify the student of the decision.