Chloe Norman August 31, 2021 Education
There are quite a number of universities and colleges that offer a policy by providing an early assistance to their students who are having problems falling behind in class. Various cases show that as a result of being left behind for whatever reason, students end up getting suspended.
To be readmitted, students must first submit a petition by writing an appeal letter for academic suspension addressed to the educational institution concerned.
This is a letter written by the student as a personal statement to appeal against the decision to temporarily dismiss done by their educational institution in order to obtain reinstatement of rights as a student.
Whatever the reason behind the issuance of the suspension document, the appeals committee will always open the opportunity for the cancellation of the decision.
The opportunity to return to study will definitely exist, provided that through the letter of appeal of an academic suspension that is made, the student who is suspended is willing to admit guilt if he/ she is really guilty or the student is able to show sufficient evidence to verify that he/ she is innocent.
An appeal letter for academic suspension can be prepared according to the format described below:
1. The opening of the letter begins with a warm greeting to the recipient.
2. Confirm the reason for the suspension and explain that you understand it. Then state whether you agree to it or not.
3. Explanation of the cause of the suspension. If you refuse this suspension, then state the location of the disciplinary committee’s fault. And if you accept the suspension, write down your admission of guilt and it is important to include a sentence notification to the committee about the importance of continuing your education for you. Then, reinforce it with a statement that you promise to improve yourself and will not repeat the mistakes in the future.
4. Write an apology from the bottom of your heart, but keep it kind, honest and professional, because this is a formal letter.
5. At the end of the letter, put your signature.
6. Send this formal letter, or go to the appeals committee in person with the document.
7. Attach other supporting documents if the situation is necessary, for example: a statement about personal qualities, letters of recommendation, course certificates, and so on.