A Cornell student objecting to any decision made by the Cornell College Education Department, including denial of admission to any phase of the Teacher Education Program, denial of recommendation for licensure, or withdrawal from student teaching, may appeal the decision in the following manner.
A. A letter from the student outlining the objection must be sent to the Chair of the Education Department within five class days of notification.
B. The letter is then transmitted to the Education Department Faculty for review and decision. The student may be present for the review, make an oral and/or written statement to the Department and choose another faculty member to meet with the department in making the decision. The decision is then communicated by the Chair to the student, the student's academic advisor, and the Vice President for Academic Affairs who is also the Dean of the College.
C. If the student rejects the decision of the Education Faculty, the student may, within five days, appeal in writing to the Vice President for Academic Affairs.