The responsibility for academic evaluation and grade assignment resides with the faculty member teaching the course. If you believe your grade was input in error or that you have been graded unfairly, you should first appeal the grade to your professor. If you are dissatisfied with the outcome of your initial appeal, you may appeal through administrative channels (either the department chair, academic dean or the grade-appeals committee at the campus where you took the course).
The steps for an informal as well as formal grade appeal can be found in the Student’s Rights and Responsibilities Handbook. Click on the link below to access the handbook:
Students’ Rights and Responsibilities