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APPEAL AND WAIVER POLICIES
Students who wish to make a grievance, including grade appeals, should review the Student Grievance System in the Rights & Regulations section of the UWF Student handbook. The process of handling student non-academic grievances is also detailed in the current issue of the UWF Student handbook.
Appeals to be considered by the Academic Appeals Committee must be made in writing and submitted to the Office of the University Registrar. Students should secure required recommendations (signatures from the advisor, department chair and/or college dean) prior to submission.
Students who wish to further appeal a decision made by the Academic Appeals Committee must do so in writing. This request should be in the form of a letter (including any new information) stating they are appealing the Committee's decision, and should be addressed to the Office of the Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs (submitted to the Office of the Registrar).
Below is the order by which an academic appeal shall be heard: