An appeal may be filed, according to the Regulations Governing Student Conduct, Disciplinary Proceedings, and Appeals, “if and only if a University policy or a University regulation has been violated, or the student’s due process rights have been violated.”

If you feel that a University policy, regulation, or your due process rights have been violated then you may file a letter of appeal within ten business days of the date on the decision letter from the Office of the Dean of Students.  The letter should be addressed to the Campus Appeals Board, and can be delivered to the Office of the Dean of Students who will ensure the letter gets to the Chairperson of the Campus Appeals Board. The appeal must be personally signed by the student.