What is a Managed Exclusion Order and why have I been given this?
Managed Exclusion Orders (MEO) are not a punishment but the University will often issue one if you are under investigation for an alleged disciplinary offence e.g. in University Accommodation.
An MEO will restrict your access to certain areas/buildings on the University campus, or University Accommodation.
What do I need to do first?
It is important that you read and understand the terms of your MEO
These can be found under the 'Student disciplinary proceedings' heading on the web-site of the Office of Student Complaints, Appeals and Regulations (OSCAR) - https://www.surrey.ac.uk/currentstudents/study/complaints_appeals/
You can appeal against an MEO
If you wish to appeal your MEO read the possible grounds carefully and decide which grounds of appeal you want to use.
Prepare a short statement explaining your grounds and gather together any relevant documents e.g. emails, doctors letters.
Submit your appeal to the Provost, via OSCAR (email: email@example.com)
I need further advice:
You can make an appointment with one of our Academic Advice team. Appointments are for a maximum of 30 minutes, Monday - Friday 10-4pm.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
Name, Course, Year of study, Details of your case (including details of your MEO and grounds for appeal),
What advice you need