Grade Appeal Process

Instructional Grade Appeal

Instructional Grade Appeal 

A student may formally submit an Instructional Grade Appeal for a final course grade if one or a combination of the following have occurred.

• Inconsistency between what is written in the syllabus and what is practiced.
• Grade miscalculation or other grading errors that cause a change to the final course grade.


The Grade Appeal process contains the guidelines and timelines for students to appeal a final course grade at the instructor, school, and executive director level.


Two formats are listed for each form. The first form in each step can be downloaded and filled in electronically. The second form (PDF) in each step can be printed and filled in by hand. A student only needs to complete one of the forms for each step.