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Do you have questions about the SU or College of Education’s policies or procedures? If so, start here or feel free to stop by the Dean’s office. NOTE: the policies and procedures listed below are only a few of the many SU policies and procedures that apply to all Seattle University students. Please visit the SU Registrar web page that gives a complete list of all SU academic policies that apply to university students.
SU Professional Conduct: Policy and Appeal Procedures
The purpose of this policy is to define the appeal policies and processes related to the following professional program decisions that are related to professional conduct/behavior/dispositions: retaining or graduating a student; permitting a student to enter or continue in a practicum, an internship, or student teaching; or recommending a student for a professional certificate. There is no appeal against a program's decision to put a student on probation for inappropriate statements, conduct, or behavior that is judged by faculty to be contrary to professional standards and expectations.
A copy of the Professional Conduct policy is available on SU Registrar web pagewhere one can access the document using a hotlink named "Professional Conduct: Appeal Procedures (2011-2)".
Student Records Access: Federal Educational Records and Privacy Act (FERPA)
This document defines the Federal Educational Records & Privacy Act (FERPA) containing guidelines for students (and others) requesting access to or copies of student academic documents or data. A copy of the FERPA Guidelines is available on a SU Registrar web page where one can view the document via a hotlink, "FERPA Guidelines (76-09)".
SU Academic Grievance (Challenging a Course Grade) Policy and Procedures
This grade grievance policy and procedure defines the policies and outlines the processes that govern in those cases when a student wishes to challenge a final course grade.
A copy of this academic grading grievance policy and procedure document can be found on a SU Registrar web page where one can access a hotlink named “Academic Grading Grievance (2004-7).”
SU Academic Integrity Policy and Procedures
The Academic Integrity Policy of the university is available on a SU Registrar web page, where one can access a hotlink named "Academic Integrity (2011-3)."
SU Academic Probation and Dismissal Appeal Policy and Procedures
This Academic Probation and Dismissal Appeal policy and procedures document is available on a SU Registrar web page, where one can access a hotlink named "Academic Probation Dismissal Appeal GR (2005-3)".
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