Refer to The College Grade Grievance Policy: https://clas.asu.edu/resources/academic-grievance. The first step is always for a student to try to resolve the complaint directly with the instructor. Unresolved course complaints advance to step 2. Students should contact the ADUS for SHPRS for step 2.
The grade of "EN" denotes failure due to student never participating in any academically related activity for a course and is treated the same as an "E" for the purposes of GPA, course repeatability, and academic standing determination. If a student never attended, logged into, or participated in your course in any way, please assign the grade of “EN” rather than “E,” as the “EN” assists ASU in determining a student's financial aid eligibility. For more information, please click here.
Academic honesty is expected of all students in all examinations, papers, laboratory work, academic transactions and records. The possible sanctions include, but are not limited to, appropriate grade penalties, course failure (indicated on the transcript as a grade of E), course failure due to academic dishonesty (indicated on the transcript as a grade of XE), loss of registration privileges, disqualification and dismissal. For more information, see http://provost.asu.edu/academicintegrity.
The grade of "XE" denotes failure due to academic dishonesty and is treated the same as an "E" for the purposes of GPA, course repeatability, and academic standing determination. A student may not avoid any penalty for academic dishonesty by withdrawing from a course.
Policies along with informational resources for faculty/students in The College can be found here: https://thecollege.asu.edu/resources/academic-integrity-resources.
To report possible academic integrity violations, use this form: https://clas-forms.asu.edu/content/faculty-academic-integrity-violation-report-form.
The College contact for academic integrity issues is Amanda Smith (Amanda.A.Smith@asu.edu).
Please see https://thecollege.asu.edu/resources/medical-withdrawal. Students considering a medical/compassionate withdrawal should first work with their academic advisor to explore regular withdrawal procedures, and also work with faculty to discuss alternative class arrangements or incomplete grades. Students using financial aid should check to see if there will be any financial implications of the medical/compassionate withdrawal.