General Academic Regulations and Requirements
Section 5: Appeals of Grades
5.2 Appeal of Final Grades
If a student has good reason to believe a mistake has been made in the assessment of the original grade, an appeal of the assigned grade may be made. A student may enter an appeal, through the Registrar's Office, for assessment of one or more grades following the posting of grades by the faculty/school/department. Grades are released by the Registrar's Office as they are received from faculties and schools. A student wishing to make a final grade appeal on a first term course grade must do so within 15 working days of the first day of classes for second term. For second term courses and full courses, the appeal must be made 15 working days following the Victoria Day Holiday.
The fee which is charged for each appealed grade will be refunded for any grade which is changed. It should be noted that an appealed grade may not be lowered. Appeal forms may be obtained from the Registrar's Office. Students should note that the deadline for appeal of assigned grades will not be extended for students who are on "hold status" nor will official grades be released by the Registrar's Office until the "hold" has been cleared. (This policy is under review).