Certain policies apply to grades, how they are issued, repeat/delete policy, minimum GPA requirements, etc. Read more about CSUDH's grading policies here.
Sometimes a student may feel that they did not receive the grade they deserved. The Grade Appeal Policy allows for a process by which students may seek a change in their grade.
Under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act [PDF] students have access to their personal records. In addition, FERPA protects the records from being seen by individuals who are not employed by the University. Most University employees are limited in their access to student records. This access is provided on an as-needed basis only.
Disabled students who feel that they are not receiving reasonable accommodations or are confronted with some other learning obstacle may use AA 2014-08 for remediation.
The campus strives to provide a very safe environment that is free of physical assaults. If any student or staff is sexually assaulted, Presidential Memorandum 2009-06 [DOC] spells out the steps the campus will take to assist the victim and arrest and/or discipline the perpetrator.
This Executive Order 1095 [PDF] provides direction on implementing Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (20 U.S.C. §1681 et seq.) and its implementing regulations (34 C.F.R. Part 106) ("Title IX"); the California Equity in Higher Education Act (Education Code §66250 et seq.); California Education Code §67385.7; and the Governor's "California Campus Blueprint to Address Sexual Assault" for CSU students.
The campus strives to provide a learning environment free from discrimination, harassment and retaliation of its students based on color, race, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, covered veterans status, physical ability, mental disability or medical condition. However, if a student or employee believes that they have been harassed then CSU Executive Order 1097 [PDF] would apply to them.
To file a complaint, complete the Form for Filing Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation Complaints [PDF]. Student /Applicant must file a written complaint, no later than twenty (20) work days after the end of the academic term (semester/quarter) in which the most recently alleged discriminatory/ harassing/ retaliatory act occurred.
The campus has assembled a number of policies under one document that address various aspects of campus life. Many of these policies [PDF] apply to the campus in general and not just students.
These policies address many of the issues that students may confront on campus but at times, if one of these policies does not apply then, a student grievance may be filed. The Student Grade Appeal Process outlines the Student Grievance Procedures that one must follow to seek remediation from an individual or the institution.