Can I appeal a grade or dismissal from a college or university?
Yes. Colleges and Universities have policies and procedures in place if a student wants to appeal a grade or academic dismissal. Usually, a grade or dismissal appeal must be made within a matter of days. We can assist with grade appeals and academic dismissals at the institution level.
What if I am involved in a disciplinary action at my school?
College is an exciting time. Unfortunately, sometimes students find themselves involved in the disciplinary process for violating a law or school policy. Colleges and Universities have policies and procedures that apply to students when disciplinary action. In most cases, students can appeal disciplinary action taken by their institution.
I believe my school is discriminating against me. What should I do?
There are federal civil rights laws which prohibit programs or activities that receive federal fund from the United States Department of Education, including colleges and universities, from discrimination on the basis of race, color, and national origin, sex, disability, and on the basis of age. If you believe your institution has discriminated against you, you may file a complaint with the United States Department of Education - Office of Civil Rights. You may also be entitled to file other legal action against the school.
The Law Office of Neubia L. Harris, PLLC assists college students with grade appeals and academic dismissals at the institution level, appealing disciplinary decisions at the institution level, and discrimination matters at both the institutional and judicial levels.
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