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  Graduate School–Camden 2013–2015 Academic Policies and Procedures Academic Standing Due Process  

Due Process

Students are entitled to fairness in the way their academic performances are assessed. Each graduate program is responsible for articulating to its constituents how a student's academic progress is evaluated. Each program also has a procedure in place for academic appeals. The Graduate School–Camden provides further opportunity for appeal for students who wish to proceed beyond the program level (see the Student Academic Appeals section). All students in the Graduate School–Camden are entitled to expect that program examinations will be evaluated in a timely manner. If a student fails a comprehensive, qualifying, or final (defense) examination, he or she is entitled to an explanation of the reasons for that decision.

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