Appeal Procedures

Any student who receives a negative residency determination must, along with this determination, receive a copy of the college's appeal procedures. If the student wishes to appeal a negative residency determination, he/she must notify the Registrar's Office (or other designated college appeal office) within ten days of notification that he/she has been determined to be a non-resident. At that time, the student may submit a statement to the Registrar (or other designated official) indicating why he/she disagrees with the college's decision. Upon submission of an appeal, the student will be provided with a copy, stamped "received" and the date, or some other dated proof of the college's receipt of the appeal. The Registrar (or other designated official) will submit the residency form, copies of all documentation provided by the student and any statement made by the student, along with the college's determination, to the University's Office of the Vice Chancellor for Legal Affairs and General Counsel.



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