Applicants denied admissions may appeal the decision to the Admissions Appeals Committee by sending a written request. The Committee meets approximately every three to four weeks. Notification of the Committee's decision will be sent in writing within ten days after the Committee has reviewed the appeal. The Committee is chaired by the Associate Director of Admissions Operations and is comprised of Faculty representatives from each of the five Colleges plus non-voting representation from First Year Advising and Adaptive Services.
Applicants denied admission should submit letters of recommendation, additional test scores, or personal statements/essays to the Admissions Appeals Committee through the Office of Admissions.
If students are admitted to the University yet denied admission to a limited access program, an appeal should be made to the specific program appeals committee.