What is an Enrollment Petition?
An Enrollment Petition is a type of appeal process for students who have experienced an extraordinary circumstance that affects his or her ability to attend school. Examples of circumstances that warrant petitioning include an unexpected illness or hospital stay; death of a family member; receiving military PCS or deployment orders, etc. Students must explain the situation on the petition form and provide supporting documentation of the circumstances. Requesting a refund due to failure to drop or to attend class is not a valid reason to file an enrollment petition.
- Visit the Online Appeal Web site.
The Enrollment Appeals committee determines the outcome of appeal/petition requests. Please allow 30 days for appeals and petitions to be reviewed. You will receive a letter from the committee chair with the results of your appeal/petition.