A student who has been blocked from continued enrollment, or has been dismissed from the university for scholastic deficiency, may file an appeal with their Academic Dean if they feel their academic performance was affected by extenuating circumstances beyond their control.
An appeal based on extenuating circumstances requires a justification essay and supporting documentation. To submit your appeal, please go to the eCampus.tamu.edu organization/community titled “College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Academic Appeals.” As a student who has been suspended by the Associate Provost for academic deficiency, you have been added to this community to be able to submit your documentation. There is an assignment in the content area of the menu where you can submit both your essay and your documentation required for your appeal. Please click on the link below for screenshots from eCampus for instructions.
To submit your appeal, complete the requested information in eCampus by 11:59 PM, Wednesday, January 1, 2020. NO APPEALS WILL BE CONSIDERED PAST THIS DEADLINE. Appeal decisions will be emailed to your official TAMU email address no later than Wednesday, January 8, 2020. Decisions will not be given by telephone.
Appeals to the Associate Dean of Academic Operations must be completed in its entirety. Meetings with the dean, or other members of the dean’s office will not be held until after the appeal process has been completed and notifications of decisions have been sent. If you have any questions, please contact Kelly Essler, Program Manager for Academic Operations at email@example.com.
**Please note that the university, and our offices, will be closed for the winter holiday, Monday, December 23, 2019, through Wednesday, January 1, 2020. Return communication from our office will be unavailable during that time.**