- 7.1 Student Responsibility
- 7.2 Professional Conduct
- 7.3 Course Regulations
- 7.4 Credit Regulations
- 7.5 Standing
- 7.6 Currency Requirement for Degree and Program Completion
- 7.7 Declaring a Program
- 7.8 Graduation
Students should refer to the university regulations regarding appeals starting on this page.
The first level of appeal concerning a course is normally the instructor of the course; the second level is the director or chairperson of the academic unit concerned; and the third level is the dean of the faculty concerned.
Applicants who are denied admission to a program offered within the Faculty of Education, and who can prove extenuating circumstances, may submit a written request to have their application re-considered by the faculty appeals and adjudication committee (FAAC). Appeals addressed to this committee should be submitted to the kinesiology and recreation and health education programs adviser or to a teacher education program adviser as applicable.
The first level of appeal should be made to an academic adviser in the Faculty of Education. The adviser will determine the next step in the process; i.e., program manager, associate dean, chair, director or fee reduction appeals committee (FRAC).
A student whose sessional grade-point average falls below his/her program’s minimum requirement and is required to withdraw from his/her program and the Faculty of Education may appeal to the manager of teacher education programs or the director of the School of Exercise Science, Physical and Health Education. Appeals of the manager’s or director’s decision are taken to the faculty appeals and adjudication committee (FAAC). Appeals of the FAAC decision are taken to the dean of the Faculty of Education.
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