102 Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences 2018–2019 I Included in GPA (If a student successfully repeats a failed course, an I may be noted after the new grade, and the new grade will then be included in GPA calculation) C ( E ) Passed Course by Remediation C ( E ) Credit by Exam CL CLEP AP Academic Probation AW Academic Warning DA Academic Dismissal AS Academic Suspension CD Conditional Dismissal DI Disciplinary Probation (may also be used to indicate issues related to unprofessional behavior) DU Disciplinary Suspension (may also be used to indicate issues related to unprofessional behavior) DE Disciplinary Expulsion (may also be used to indicate issues related to unprofessional behavior) EQ Credit awarded based on prior experience RA Readmitted RS Reinstated Grade Disputes The responsibility for course examinations, assignments, and grades resides with the expertise of faculty members who are uniquely qualified by their training and experience. Such evaluations and grades are the prerogative of the instructor and are not subject to formal appeal unless there is compelling evidence of discrimination, arbitrary or capricious action, and/or procedural irregularities. Grievances and grade disputes must be in writing and directed to the course instructor within five business days or prior to any retest. If unresolved, the dispute may be forwarded to the program director or department chair or designee of the chair within five business days. Failure to submit a timely appeal will be considered a waiver of the student’s grade dispute appeal rights. The department chair is the final appeal for all grade disputes. Student Evaluation of Courses and Faculty All courses and course instructors are subject to evaluation each time the course is offered, except courses of an individual or independent study nature (e.g., independent study courses, special research projects, theses, etc.). Students shall complete course and instructor evaluations.