Appeal Form

If you have been found responsible for a violation of the Code of Student Conduct, are the respondent or complainant in a Policy 1202 violation matter, or have been placed on an interim status prior to a hearing (i.e. interim suspension), you may submit an appeal.

There are three appeal types submitted to the Office of Student Conduct. Please complete the sections appropriate for your appeal type. The three types are:

  • Appeal an Interim Measure
  • Appeal a Code of Student Conduct Hearing Decision
  • Appeal a Policy 1202 (Sexual Misconduct) Hearing Decision

An appeal is not a rehearing. It is a written review of the original hearing. Students are afforded one appeal per conduct case. Once this form has been submitted, your request for appeal will be considered complete.

At the request of a student, and with the approval of the Office of Student Conduct, if the sanction(s) imposed include a housing suspension, university suspension or dismissal, or other restrictions, these sanctions will not be imposed until the appeal decision is rendered.  Students must make requests when filing an appeal on the Office of Student Conduct Website.

  • Your Information

    Please enter your information below. For a student organization include the name of the organization and not the individual (i.e. the President). For a student organization please enter 00000000 as the G Number. Do not add another person or student organization to your appeal.
  • Hearing Information

  • Submit information regarding your hearing date and officer.

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  • Grounds for Appeal

    Please note that an appeal is not a new hearing but a written review of the original hearing. Discontentment with a particular finding is not a valid reason to appeal. Check all that apply. In the text box, provide all supporting rationale and details for the selected grounds. Please select your grounds for appeal based on your appeal type, checking as many as applicable.
  • Please submit all relevant information that was not known or could not reasonable have been discovered and/or presented at the time of the hearing. Attachments require time to upload, so please be patient after submitting this form. Limit of eight (8) megabytes permitted.
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    Accepted file types: pdf, doc, docx, Max. file size: 50 MB.