Grades Concern

Grades Concern

  • If you have failed a test or assignment
  • If you are worried about your academic success in a course
  • If you feel your work was marked unfairly
  • If you feel you were unfairly sanctioned for an academic integrity violation
  • If you are concerned your grades may be affected by your disability (including mental health conditions like depression and anxiety)
  • If an unexpected absence has affected your grades in one or more classes
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Meet With Your Faculty Member

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End of Term/ Final Grade

  • If your concern remains unresolved, and you have sufficient grounds to proceed, you may initiate the Academic Appeal procedure once your final grade is release. Please review grounds for appeal?
  • If your concern about your grades is related to a disability, you should speak with a counsellor to discuss accommodations and services before you proceed with an academic appeal
  • If your concern about your grades is related to an unexpected absence related to a disability, you should speak with a counsellor to discuss accommodations and services before you proceed with an academic appeal
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Formal Academic Appeal

  • If you have sufficient grounds to proceed with an academic appeal please review the appeal process