A student may appeal tuition and fees via the non-academic appeal form. The tuition/fees appeal must be based on documented circumstances that were clearly beyond the student’s control, such as medical reasons, death in the immediate family, or College error. Appeals may be submitted to the Dean of Students (Facilitator for the Student Appeals, Conduct & Grievances Committee) and should be substantiated with documentation. Types of required documentation may include doctor and hospital reports, legal documents, written statement/information from a relative or other official source.
The Student Appeals, Conduct & Grievances Committee will review the written appeal and supporting documentation. The Dean of Students will notify the student in writing of the committee’s decision.
If necessary the student may appeal the decision of the Student Appeals, Conduct & Grievances Committee with the Chief Financial Officer with a further appeal option with the President. The Chief Financial Officer and/or President may accept, modify or reject the recommendations of the Student Appeals, Conduct & Grievances Committee. The decision of the President shall be final and not subject to further appeal.