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The procedure outlined may be followed by a student who believes that there is information contained in his/her academic or clinical record that is inaccurate, misleading or violates the privacy or other rights of the student.

  1. If the questionable information concerns an academic grade received in a RADSC Course, the student should first talk with the instructor to discuss the grade in question within 2 days of receiving the grade.

  2. If the questionable information pertains to a clinical evaluation, the student should first discuss the evaluation with the member of the clinical education staff who evaluated the student within 2 days of receiving the evaluation.

  3. If any other situation occurs that results in information regarded as questionable by the student, the student should seek to discuss the information with the person who initially issued the information within 2 days of the situation.

  4. If after the student has discussed the questionable information, as indicated in steps 1-3, and there is still a dissatisfaction on the student's part, the student should make arrangements to discuss the matter with the program director within 4 days. The program director will investigate the situation and meet with the student within 4 days of the student's request.

  5. If after the student has discussed the questionable information, as indicated in steps 1-4, and there is still a dissatisfaction on the student's part, the student can make arrangements to discuss the matter with the director of academic affairs within 4 days.  The director of academic affairs will meet with the student within 4 days of the student's request. Documentation of due process will be maintained and placed in the student's file.

 Revised 05/31/2013