What is Appealable?

Can I appeal an Academic Probation ruling?

No.  This ruling is based strictly on a student’s academic performance therefore, it is not appealable.  However, you may appeal to drop the courses or request CR or AG grades that in turn led to the “Academic Probation” ruling.  If the appeal is granted, the student’s record will be reviewed again and the “Academic Probation” ruling will be removed if it no longer applies.

Can I appeal a “Not eligible to Proceed” ruling?

No.  This ruling is based strictly on a student’s academic performance therefore, it is not appealable.  However, you may appeal to drop the courses or request CR or AG grades that in turn led to the “NEP” ruling.  If the appeal is granted, the student’s record will be reviewed again and the “NEP” ruling will be removed if it no longer applies.

Can I make an appeal after I graduated?

No appeal may be submitted by a student after 21 days following graduation.

Can I appeal for a tuition refund?

The Faculty of Arts and Science can accept appeals based on academic matters only.  Any appeals of a financial nature must be made to the Office of the University Registrar.

How do I appeal a Finding of a Departure from Academic Integrity?

See: http://www.queensu.ca/artsci/academics/undergraduate/academic-integrity/students

What is not Appealable?

See Limitations on Appeals

See Student Guidelines on matters which my be appealed in Arts & Science