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The respondent in a conduct case may appeal decisions made by the Honor Board, other hearing bodies, or administrators by submitting a request for review within five business days of receiving written notification of the outcome of the hearing. In cases of sex discrimination or sexual harassment, including sexual assault / violence, the complainant also may appeal by filing a written request for review within five business days of receiving written notification of the outcome of the hearing. Only appeals that are based on one or more of the following grounds will be considered for review:
1) Procedural errors by the hearing panel where the error prevented fundamental fairness.
2) New information or evidence that was not available during the hearing;
3) An imposed sanction that is excessively severe
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