Please follow the instructions below to submit an admission appeal.

Graduate students who wish to appeal an admission denial from a graduate program at the university level after they have requested reconsideration from the graduate program should submit their appeal using the appeal form below. Graduate denial appeals will be considered only in terms of fair implementation of university and program admission policies. The graduate program is solely responsible for evaluating the admissibility of applicants to its program.

University Admission Appeals Committee

Statutory guidance on how schools should organise and run their pupil admissions appeals.

Submit your complete Admission Appeal Packet to:

NOTE: Students who have been academically suspended from another institution will not be considered for admission to NDSU until the suspension has been lifted by that institution or until one year has elapsed. Appeals received from students who are currently on suspension or have been suspended within the past year will NOT be reviewed by the Admission Appeals Committee.

There are three main admission appeals:

If you are a freshman or transfer applicant who believes there are extenuating circumstances, or if your academic credentials have significantly improved, you may consider appealing the University's admissions decision. When appealing an admission decision, you should provide appropriate supporting documentation.

To appeal, complete an Admissions Appeal Form and return it to the Office of Admissions along with a personal statement. Letters of support may also be submitted, but are optional. The personal statement should include information explaining why you should be considered for admission, as well as supplemental factor(s) for the basis for your request (ex. education and career goals). You may submit any other additional, relevant information for consideration not described above.

Factors that may assist in determining academic readiness under the Admissions Appeal provision may include, but are not limited to, the following:

The Undergraduate Admission Appeal Cover Sheet with instructions can be found
Attention: Admissions Appeal

Admissions and Records - Admissions Appeals

If a prospective student is denied admission into the university, he or she has the right to appeal his/her application to an appeals committee. There are three separate admissions appeals committees, the Admissions and Credits Appeals Committee for undergraduate admission to the Hattiesburg campus or to an undergraduate online program, the Gulf Coast Admissions and Credits Appeals Committee for undergraduate admission to the Gulf Coast campus, and the Graduate School Appeals Committee for review of admission to graduate programs on both campuses or graduate online programs.

Turner’s Solicitors represent parents across England and Wales at School Admission Appeals hearings.

Admission Appeals | California State University, Northridge

Appealing a deny decision
Students may appeal their deny decision if there is compelling new academic information and/or extenuating personal circumstances that were not previously included in their application. Each appeal is reviewed individually by the Admission Appeals Committee and decisions are based on a careful assessment of the student’s total academic record and appeal.

CSUDH Office of Admissions and RecordsAttn: Admission Decision Appeal Committee1000 East Victoria Street WH-C290Carson, CA 90747

Admission Appeals | Admissions | Washington State University

Your admissions file will be reviewed by the West Texas A&M University Undergraduate Appeal Committee. Consideration for admission can occur ONLY if the applicant has submitted ALL required documents (Admissions Appeal Form, personal statement, and optional letters of support*.)

Appeals are for consideration of admission to the University only; students who are granted admission may not be admitted into to the academic program of their choice.

The Undergraduate Appeal Committee is selective when approving Admissions Appeals. The committee will not select students whom they believe will be at an academic disadvantage.

Students who apply for Admissions Appeals must demonstrate one or more of the following: