Advocacy & Academic Supports
* All onsite CCSAI events and activities are postponed until further notice. We will provide updates as more information becomes available at ccsai.ca. Once normal operations resume we will look to add additional appointments.
Please contact our advocates by email if you need assistance.
Please email [email protected] if you have any further questions.
The CCSAI is first and foremost an advocacy organization. We are here to empower students. One of the most critical functions in this mission is to provide representation to ensure student voices are being heard at all decision-making tables in the college and beyond, and to help ensure fairness for all students.
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GRADE APPEAL SUPPORT
Do you feel you’ve been graded improperly? Do you feel you’re being harassed on campus? Centennial College has a process to address these issues but it can be confusing. The CCSAI has student advocates on staff to help you with this process.
Please contact our office at 416-289-5000 ext. 2245 for more information or to set-up a meeting with a Student Advocate.
Q. How can advocacy help me?
A. When you have any academic concerns, or you are being harassed, CCSAI is always here to help. The CCSAI advocacy service is absolutely free and completely confidential. This service is provided to all the students at Centennial College. We listen to all your concerns and lend you support. We guide you through all the appeal processes by making you aware about all the policies and procedures designed by the college for students. We help you reach the appropriate person so that your problem is solved promptly. We can accompany you in a meeting if you want us to. We help you negotiate through both formal and informal dispute resolutions. If you have any concerns, please contact us to meet with our advocates.
Q. What is a grade appeal?
A. At Centennial College, Grade Appeal is a request that students can make if they feel that any clerical error has resulted in miscalculation of the grade, or the grade awarded did not reflect fairly the student’s academic performance and/or the stated requirements for the course.
Q. Where can I find policies and procedures?
A. It is very easy to access policies and procedures at www.centennialcollege.ca or follow the links on the right hand side of this page.
“Always working together towards achieving academic and personal success for all students at Centennial”
We know that some of the challenges facing our students are rooted outside of Centennial College and our voices need to be heard at other tables. That’s where our partners at the College Student Alliance come in. The CSA is a provincial advocacy group that represents our students through lobbying efforts and through student life research and policy analysis. Click the logo to learn more about them and how they are helping Centennial Students.