Grade Re-Assessment Form
published: 28-Mar-2012 PDF (48kb) Sociology_Grade_Re-assessment_Form_2012.pdf
Students who believe that the final grade received in a course does not reflect their academic performance should informally consult with the course instructor. The instructor may review the final examination with the student.
If the course instructor is unavailable, or if the student remains dissatisfied, an official request for a grade reassessment may be submitted to the chair of the department offering the course (in the case where the chair is the instructor, the dean of the faculty shall assume the functions of the chair). The request shall be filed in writing and shall contain a statement of the specific reasons for the belief that the grade does not reflect the student's academic performance in the course and must be accompanied by any relevant assignment or test, which has been returned to the student. The student may review the final examination in the department office in order to prepare the official request. The request to the chair for grade reassessment shall be filed with the chair no later than six weeks following the formal release of grades from the Office of the Registrar.
The chair shall provide the student with a written decision regarding the request for grade reassessment within four (4) weeks of receipt of the official request. The student may, following the release of the chair's decision, petition to the student's faculty petitions committee, the procedure for which is found in the current Academic Calendar under "University Undergraduate Regulations" and the subheading "Academic Petitions". A fee of $25.00 per course, refundable if the faculty petitions committee finds in the student's favour, must accompany the petition.
Note: In the event the course is part of an interdepartmental major and not offered by a particular department (e.g., Canadian studies), the co-ordinator of the program will act in the place of the chair.
updated June 11/12