The appeals process can be stressful and confusing. Please note the below for faculty specific introductions that can help you to understand the processes involved in appeals, as well as links to general university information.
Faculty of Arts
The Faculty of Arts provides Policy and Procedures Relating to Academic Appeals that supplement the Academic Calendar regarding student appeals.
Board of Governors
Faculty of Education
The Faculty of Education refers to the Academic Calendar for information regarding the student appeals process.
Faculty of Environmental Design
The EVDS faculty currently uses the Graduate Studies guidelines regarding student appeals.
General Faculties Council
In certain cases, after all avenues of appeal at the faculty level have been exhausted, a student may require an appeal to the GFC Committee. The GFC provides information regarding grounds for such an appeal.
The Faculty of Graduate Studies provides detailed information regarding appeals for students currently in a graduate program, or who have been in a graduate program.
Haskayne School of Business
The Business School Regulations include information regarding student appeals.
Faculty of Kinesiology
Faculty of Law
The Regulations of the Faculty of Law is a comprehensive resource that includes information regarding the student appeals process.
Faculty of Medicine
The Faculty of Medicine provides Student Appeals Terms of Reference regarding the appeals process.
Faculty of Nursing
The Faculty of Nursing outlines their Policies and Procedures regarding the appeals process.
Schulich School of Engineering
The Schulich Frequently Asked Questions for Current Students contains information regarding requirement to withdraw and grade reappraisals. Please refer to the Academic Calendar for information regarding the appeals process.
Faculty of Science
Faculty of Social Work
The Faculty of Social Work refers to the Academic Calendar for information regarding the appeals process.
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
The DVM Student Appeal Policies and Procedures document is a comprehensive resource regarding the appeals process.