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Academic Suspension Appeal Form

This form is for students who would like to appeal their academic suspension.

If you wish to appeal your suspension, you will need to call 512-245-2119 as soon as possible to schedule an appointment with the Associate Dean. Appointments will take place via Zoom. Be sure to submit this form prior to your appointment with the Associate Dean.

Appointment Dates

  • Students suspended for the first time: June 1 - August 10
  • Students suspended for the second or subsequent time who want to attend Summer courses at Texas State: Wednesday, May 20 - Friday, May 22.
    • Appeal meetings may be available May 26 - 29, however students who meet during this time will not have the option to escalate their appeal to the University Suspension Appeals Committee if their appeal is denied at the college dean level.
  • Students suspended for the second or subsequent time who do not want to attend Summer courses at Texas State, but want to attend fall courses at Texas State: June 1 - August 10

PLEASE NOTE:  Students who have been away from Texas State for one long semester or more and wish to return are considered former students.  All former students must reapply in order to return to Texas State. More information may be found on the Undergraduate Admissions website.

For more information regarding suspension policies, please visit the Academic Probation & Suspension section of the Undergraduate Catalog.


Personal information

When do you hope to return to Texas State? *

Statement of circumstances:

In the space provided below, type a clear statement of circumstances that contributed to your suspension. Use correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. 

Please attach supporting documentation below. Possible documentation might include:  a hospital bill, an obituary, a divorce decree, a medical diagnosis, a disability diagnosis, a work record, a police report, court records, a transcript of successful work from community college, etc.

Supporting documentation letter:

Present supporting documentation that you have resolved the problem(s) (described above) and that you will be successful if reinstated. Possible supporting documentation could include a letter from employer, doctor, probation officer, counselor, or parent. The letter should attest to a level of maturity that would suggest academic success, responsibility, stability, trust, capacity to follow through with assignments, motivation, condition of health, etc.

Course schedules:

List possible course schedules for the next two long semester or for a long semester and summer school at Texas State. If you are receiving support services from the university or an outside agency, you may wish to include that information.

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