A student who believes that he or she has an academic grievance should discuss the concern with the faculty member in charge of the course in which the concern has arisen. If a mutually satisfactory resolution is not reached, the student should confer with his or her academic advisor and should take the matter to the relevant department chair. If no resolution is reached at this level or if the department chair is the faculty member in question in the first instance, the concern should be taken to the relevant area chair. Concerns remaining unresolved at this level should be taken to the Provost. Concerns regarding graduation requirements and their fulfillment should be taken to the Registrar.
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