Before exercising their right of appeal against a grade, students should consult Senate Bylaw 51, Academic Evaluation Procedures, copies of which are available at the Office of the Registrar or at the University website. Students registered in the LL.B. program should consult the Academic Status regulations of the Faculty of Law.
All appeals must be made in writing to the appropriate Faculty through the Office of the Registrar, no later than three weeks after the final mark has been released by the Registrar. The official release dates are posted on the web. The appeal must be accompanied by a $20 fee which will be refunded to the student if the appeal is successful. Students must submit a letter of rationale for the appeal, including relevant supporting documents.
Aegrotat Standing: A student who wishes to receive consideration on medical or compassionate grounds should communicate with the Office of the Registrar as soon as possible. A letter of rationale and supporting documents (e.g., the attending physician's letter) must be submitted to the Registrar forthwith.