We have two basis to be considered for an appeal.
1. All material procedural or substantive error occured that significatly impacted the outcome of the hearing (e.g. substantitated bias, material deviation from established procedures); which must be explained in the written appeal; or
2. To consider new evidence, unavailable during the investigation or hearing that could substantially impact the original finding or sanction. A summary of this new evidence and its potential impact must be included in the written appeal, as well as the reason the new evidence was not available during the original proceeding. Failure to particpate int he intial process does not constitute as new information for the appeal process.
The conduct process and information can be found online at Student Code of Conduct.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Angie Tiedeman at 303-340-7524 or angela.tiedeman@CCAurora.edu