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Board of Regents Policy Manual

4.7 Appeals

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4.7.1 Student Appeals

Final judgment on all appeals regarding admissions (including program admissions), residency, student grades, traffic citations, and the Guaranteed Tuition Plan rests with the president of the institution at which the appeal is heard; (BoR Minutes, June 2006) provided however, appeals may be heard if the Chair of the Board’s Committee on Organization and Law, in consultation with the Board’s chief legal officer, determines that the matter should be presented to the Board. In considering whether appeals for review of the types listed above shall be presented to the Board, the Chair shall consider (1) whether the record suggests that a miscarriage of justice might reasonably occur if the appeal is not reviewed by the Board, (2) whether the record suggests that the institutional decision, if not reviewed by the Board, might reasonably have detrimental and system-wide significance, or (3) any other facts which, in the judgment of the Chair, merit consideration by the Board of Regents. (BoR Minutes, April 2010)


4.7.2 Appeals on Other Matters

Appeals by students shall be made according to Article VIII of the Bylaws of the Board of Regents. (BoR Minutes, April 2010)


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