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College of Humanities & Social Sciences

Academic Dishonesty Appeals

​Students who are charged with academic dishonesty have the opportunity to appeal the charge or the punishment based on PS 03.A.19 section 2.3. Like a grade appeal, the student's first option is to petition the instructor and then the chair of the relevant department (see table below). If the appeal is denied and the student still believes that s/he has a compelling case, s/he may bring the matter to the dean's office for final review.

Contact to appeal

For courses in:
Art, Communications, Dance, Drama, Fine Arts, Music

Contact the Department of Arts and Communications Chair
Dr. Azar Rejaie
(713) 222-5300

For courses in:
English, Professional Writing, Reading, Rhetoric and Composition, MSTC, MARC

Contact the Department of English Chair,
Dr. Michelle Moosally
(713) 221-8254

​For courses in:
Arabic, Chinese, Spanish, Humanities, Philosophy, History
​Contact the Department of History, Humanities and Languages Chair
Dr. Jeff Jackson
(713) 221-2793

For courses in:
Non Profit Management, Political Science, Psychology, Social Science, Sociology

Contact the Department of Social Sciences Chair
Dr. David Branham
(713) 221-8208



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