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Student Appeal Petition for Medical / Compassionate Withdrawal
and / or Review of Billing Charges
The Student Appeal Petition for a Medical / Compassionate Withdrawal and / or Review of the Billing Charges
allows students to petition for a hardship course withdrawal and / or an adjustment of their charges. The
Associate Dean of Students will review all student requests individually and make a determination based on
Federal, State, and Institutional policies. Students submitting an appeal will need to meet all requirements and
stipulations stated below before the petition will be reviewed. The Associate Dean of Students will review
petitions and notify students in writing by Terra State e-mail (Office 365) of the findings.
*Entire form must be completed in order to be reviewed.
*Documentation associated with appeal must be attached
& clearly identify the unusual or extenuating circumstance.
*Charges must still reside at Terra State & not have been
transferred to the OH Attorney General’s Office (OAG).
*One appeal per issue.
*Un-Appealable issues include, but are not limited to:
Grade change requests, missing the 100% drop date,
Academic Probation or Suspension, Return of Title IV
Funds, & charges that reside with the OH Attorney
General’s Office (OAG).
Student Name:____________________________________________Student ID: T00__________________
Please Print Legibly
Include street, apartment, city, state, zip
Terra E-Mail:_________________ @terra.edu Telephone:(___ )___________________
Term requesting appeal: ___ Fall ___ Spring ___Summer Year: 20______
I have dropped my classes in BANNER: yes no
If not, log into your BANNER Self-Service to drop classes, if possible: yes no
Examples of Acceptable Documentation to Support Petition
Medical Condition of Self or Immediate
• Signed & Dated statement from physician (on letterhead)
• Medical documents
Death of Immediate Family Member
• Obituary or Death Certificate indicating relationship to student
• Documentation of extenuating circumstances preventing attendance
and / or impeding successful academic performance
• For relationship other than dependent, signed physician statement of
relationship and obligation of caregiver
• Signed statement or document written on letterhead from third-party
indicating relationship and obligation of caregiver (i.e. hospital, school,
Change in Employer Requirements
• Signed & Dated statement from employer / supervisor on company
• Signed & Dated statement from college official indicating error written
I will be attaching a typed personal statement to support my appeal (optional): Yes No
Potential topics to include: specification of the outcome(s) you desire from the appeal; your goals & approach for being
successful in future semesters; what circumstances led up to the event indicated; etc.