Submit your appeal or a request for an extension
- Appeals must be submitted through the University Student Appeals Office website before 11:59 PM (MT) on the 10th business day after the date of the written document setting out the decision being appealed [See Sections 4.1 – 4.3 of the University Appeals Committee (UAC) Procedure or the University Appeals Tribunal (UAT) Procedure]
Within 2 days of submitting an appeal
- the University Student Appeals Office will acknowledge your appeal and provide you with a link to the Student Discipline and Academic Appeal Policy and appropriate Procedure [See Section 4.6 of the UAC Procedure or the UAT Procedure]
- The University Student Appeals Office will forward your appeal to an Appeal Review Administrator [See Section 4.6 of the UAC Procedure or the UAT Procedure], who will review your appeal and determine whether you are given permission to appeal. The Appeal Review Administrator may deny your appeal for the reasons listed in Section 4.8 of the UAC Procedure or the UAT Procedure.
Within 3 days of being granted permission to appeal, the Student Appeal Office will:
- provide you and the respondent with the names of the panel members for your appeal. If you have valid concerns about a conflict of interest for one or more of the panel members, you must provide your written challenge to the University Student Appeals Office within 5 days (Day 18-19). The University Student Appeals Office will provide new panel names within 3 days of the Chair’s decision. If a challenge is made to the panel membership, the timeline of the appeal will be extended.
- provide you and the responding faculty with the date, time and location of the hearing, in the event the hearing is to be an oral hearing, and
Within 3 days of after the responding faculty’s written response
- the panel chair will decide whether the hearing will be oral or written [See Section 4.15 of the UAC Procedure or the UAT Procedure]
At least 5 days prior to the oral hearing, the University Student Appeals Office
At least 3-5 days before the hearing
- you and the responding faculty must inform the University Student Appeals Office if you plan on having a witness, or advisor attend an oral Appeal Hearing. The name, occupation, and the relationship to you, of your witness's or advisor, must also be provided [See Sections 4.27 – 4.39 of the UAC Procedure or the UAT Procedure]