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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2024 Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy Academic Policies and Procedures Grade Appeals Process  

Grade Appeals Process

Written complaints about a grade for work completed while the course is in progress must be submitted to the Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Education, Christina Torian, at the following email address only: ejb-ug-grade-appeal@ejb.rutgers.edu, no later than two weeks after final determination by the instructor. A student must submit a written complaint about a final course grade to the Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Education no later than four weeks after final determination by the instructor.

All written complaints shall be made on the Grade Appeal Review Request form.

A student who wishes to appeal the decision of the Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Education shall appeal once again in writing to the Office of the Dean, through the Assistant Dean of Academic Administration, Stephen Weston. Students shall make that request, by email, together with a copy of the original Grade Appeal Review Request Form with attachments and the Grade Appeal Outcome Statement to Stephen Weston, Assistant Dean of Academic Administration, Bloustein School Dean's Office, 33 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ, CAC. That second-level appeal must be filed within two weeks of the date of the receipt of the initial Grade Appeal Outcome Statement.

Written notification of the action taken by either the Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Education or by the Assistant Dean of Academic Administration will be sent to the student no later than four weeks after the filing of the appeal, excluding those weeks in which classes are not in regular session.

With reference to the actions above, either assistant dean may consult with the course instructor, as well as other faculty, directors, department chairs, et al., who may be relevant to a student's complaint.

Students who contact the dean's office without following the above procedure will be referred back to the instructor or Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Education, in order to preserve the integrity of the process.

For questions about the Grade Appeal Review Process, students, faculty, and/or others are encouraged to speak to their instructor, the Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Education, or the Assistant Dean of Academic Administration for clarification.


 
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