Forms for Undergraduate Students
Please contact Carolyn Harris (email@example.com) if you have any questions about the forms available below.
- Academic_Appeals_Petition_rev_January 2014 (PDF | 107KB)
- Academic Success Agreement (PDF | 79KB)
- Academic Release Form (FERPA Waiver) (PDF | 264KB)
- Authorization to Take Courses Elsewhere_rev July 2016 (PDF | 137KB)
- Change of Secondary Major-Minor-Concentration (PDF | 141KB)
- Course Withdrawal (PDF | 215KB)
- Credit Overload Request (PDF | 303KB)
- Disallow Transfer Credit (PDF | 17KB)
- Exam Time Change (PDF | 82KB)
- Financial Purge Reinstatement
- Force/Add Request (PDF | 60KB)
- Foreign_Language _Waiver (PDF | 60KB)
- Independent Study Research (PDF | 306KB)
- Late Request (PDF | 77KB)
- Obsolete Credit Rule Evaluation (PDF | 36KB)
- Request for Readmission (PDF | 486KB)
- Resignation/Withdrawal (PDF | 73KB)
Schedule for 2016-17 Academic Suspension Appeals
Academic suspensions may be appealed using the University Academic Appeals Petition posted above. Suspension appeals are for addressing unusual and extenuating circumstances that have prevented students from raising their GPA to the required level. Students who wish to submit a suspension appeal must submit specific documents in support of the appeal to CAUS Academic Affairs located in the Dean’s office (Cowgill 202) according to the following deadlines:
Fall 2016 appeal documents must be received by:
- 12:00 noon Thursday, January 5, 2017 to be heard at the Wednesday, January 11 University Appeals Committee meeting. If necessary, a second committee meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 17. If this meeting is scheduled, appeals documents must be submitted to the CAUS Dean’s office by 5:00 PM Friday, January 13.
Spring 2017 appeal dates are to be announced (typically in May soon after the grade posting deadline).
Deadlines associated with future dates of enrollment will be available once appeal committee meetings are set.
DOCUMENTS THAT SUPPORT AN APPEAL
- Personal statement identifying the issue(s) and what is being done to make amends
- Support letter from a campus service such as Cook Counseling, Schiffert, Dean of Students, or Services for Students with Disabilities.
- Support letter from a private practitioner
- Support letter from Academic Advisor