Grade Review

A major component of the work of the Student Advocate in the Office of Student Services is assist students through appeal processes relating to their academics. The Student Advocate is very aware of university academic regulations, and has skills in working with students in helping them give the best voice possible to their argument. 

There are two sorts of grade reviews for undergraduate students:

  1. The first is a grade review of a grade you are awarded in a course that is not yet completed. This is a "review of an individual piece of work".
  2. The second is a “review of final course grade” for an official grade received in a completed course.

A similar process exists for graduate students. Contact the Student Advocate for details.

As you can see from this information, the challenge in both sorts of grade reviews is for you to make the case that your grade is unfair. As a first step in this process, you need to do this in the form of a letter, and the Student Advocate is available to discuss the matter with you and read the letter over for you before you formally submit it. 

If you have any questions, contact Wilfred Langmaid, Student Advocate.