Appeal Policy

If a student claims that he or she is being wrongly charged for a class he or she never attended and/or properly dropped or withdrew from, the student can file an appeal by submitting the Appeal Form on Web Advisor within six (6) months of the disputed class' start date. The registrar will review the appeal, confer with the Dean or Chair of the course discipline, and will submit the student's appeal, along with any additional information gathered from the instructor, to the Provost for a decision. After a period of six (6) months from the first day of the class, the student may appeal for a course drop; however, Spalding will not refund any tuition even in the event the appeal is granted.

If a student claims that he or she wrongly received an F grade for a class he or she never attended and/or properly dropped or withdrew from, the student may file an appeal by submitting the Appeal Form on Web Advisor within six (6) months of the disputed class' start date. The registrar will review the appeal, confer with the Dean or Chair of the class discipline, and submit the student's appeal, along with any additional information gathered from the instructor, to the Provost for a decision. After a period of six (6) months from the first day of the class, the student may appeal for a course drop; however, Spalding will not refund any tuition even in the event the appeal is granted.

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