Academic Affairs • 423.652.4737
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Disability Services • 423.652.4303
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Student Affairs • 423.652.4740
Weather & Emergency Information • 423.652.6446
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First, speak to the professor involved. If you don’t find a mutually agreeable solution
with your professor, you should take your grade concern to the school dean who oversees
the course in question. Finally, if your grade concern remains unresolved, you can
follow the grade appeal process outlined in the current academic catalogue in the
section titled “Academic Appeals.”
Students may appeal matters related to grades, course policies, and pertinent academic
procedure. Appeals are considered valid when grade or course policies or procedures
are applied inconsistently with how they may be described on a course syllabus or
in a catalogue or handbook.
Yes. All traditional undergraduate students take the CBASE (College Basic Skills Exam).
The exam, listed as KING 4020 on your course schedule and transcript) is a co-requisite
with KING 4000: Christian Faith and Social Responsibility.
All students must complete some kind of comprehensive assessment prior to graduation.
Comprehensive Assessment is listed as XXXX 4990 on your course schedule and transcript, with the XXX being the school or major designation, such as BUSA 4990 or EDUC 4990.
The course is usually completed during the last semester you are enrolled. Some major disciplines
use a test as the comprehensive assessment. Others use a portfolio of completed work
or a performance (theatre). Your academic advisor or Student Success Specialist can
give you more information about the exact requirement for your program of study.