You must discuss your grade appeal with your College of Science and Engineering instructor prior to filling out this form.
- If your instructor does not approve your grade appeal, you must discuss your grade appeal with the department chair.
- If your request is approved by the instructor and/or department, the department will process your grade change (no further action required on your part).
- View a flowchart of the grade appeal process.
This form should only be completed if your appeal is denied by the instructor and department.
If you would like to appeal/protest a grade for a non-science course, contact that department for further instructions. In accordance with Texas State's records retention policies, a student appeal for a change of grade must be filed no later than two years after the grade is issued.
Grade appeal information
Explain what your request is and supply any justification for the request.
Your grades must be posted on your transcript in order to complete this appeal. If your grade has not been posted on your transcript, you must wait until grades are posted and follow all of the steps outlined in the Grade Appeal Process.
In the space provided below, provide a justification for your request and the steps you have already taken to resolve the situation.
Instructor & Department Contact
Your grade appeal will not be processed until you discuss the situation with your instructor and department.
If your instructor does not approve your grade appeal, you must discuss your grade appeal with the department chair.
The College of Science and Engineering Advising Center acts as a facilitator for the grade appeal process and does not make any decisions regarding your grade change.
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Grade appeal process