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Appeal To Ensure My Degree | Download Sample Copy

Today on the page we will tech you all you need to know about writing an appeal, here we have a sample copy of an appeal to ensure your certificate is collected, read until you get to the tip.

You have helped me in the past and I am extremely grateful. I now find myself in a position where I need your help again. I have recently been denied my degree. Despite having met all the requirements and having completed all the necessary steps, the school has said that I do not qualify.

AN APPEAL THAT YOU HELP ME ENSURE MY DEGREE IS GIVEN TO ME AND IS NOT STOLEN FROM ME

Hello, everyone. This is a blog post about an appeal that I am making to all of you. As many of you may know, I am currently in the process of finishing up my degree at college. I am very close to completing all of my requirements and I should be graduating in the next few weeks.

However, there is a problem. Recently, it has come to my attention that someone has been trying to steal my degree from me. They have been going around to various colleges and universities, pretending to be me and trying to get my degree for themselves.

I am appealing to all of you to help me ensure that my degree is given to me and not stolen from me. If you see anyone going around pretending to be me or trying to get my degree, please let me know right away. I will greatly appreciate any help you can give me in ensuring that I receive my hard-earned degree. Thank you!

An Appeal To Ensure My Degree Is Given To Me

Hello, everyone. I am currently in my final year of university and I am appealing for help to ensure that I am able to graduate.

I have been facing some difficulties lately which have led to me falling behind on my studies. I am determined to catch up and complete my degree, but I need some help to do so.

I am asking for your help in ensuring that I am able to graduate. Anything you can do to help me, whether it is sharing this appeal or donating to my cause, would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

An Appeal To Collect My Degree

My name is Jesse and I am a college student who is about to graduate. I have been working hard for four years and I am finally about to receive my degree. Unfortunately, the school has told me that I need to pay my outstanding balance before they will release my degree. I am appealing to anyone who can help me to raise the money so that I can finally get my degree.

I have been working hard to try to pay off my balance, but it has been difficult. I am extremely close to having the money, but I need just a little bit more. If you can help me to raise the money, I would be extremely grateful. My goal is to collect enough money to pay off my balance and finally get my degree.

Thank you for your time and consideration. Any amount that you can donate would be greatly appreciated.

HERE IS THE SAMPLE OF AN APPEAL LETTER BELOW 

AN APPEAL THAT YOU HELP ME ENSURE MY DEGREE IS GIVEN TO ME AND IS NOT STOLEN FROM ME

My name is Victor Aniekan Thompson and I finished, passed and completed all my courses in the Faculty of Law in the year 2015. And am certified as having done so and my name was placed on the list of students to go to Law school within the period in question.

My Registration Number is 02**/**/**Professor Enefio Essien was Dean then and Barr. Jonah was the Exams Officer and she signed me off in the presence of the new Exams Officer Barr. Ekong.

When I came the next session to appeal that my name should still be kept on the list going to Law school, since I couldn’t go as scheduled courtesy of lack of funds, I was informed that my name had been flagged by the new Exams Officer Barr. Ekokoi Solomon. I met him to enquire why he had flagged my name, and he said that my result had not been compiled. I disagreed and reminded him that I was signed off by Barr. Mfon Jonah in front of him, so how could my result not have been compiled, he insisted that my result had not been compiled since year 3.

So I report to the then Dean Professor Aniedi Ikpang who instructed him to compile my result. I kept on going to meet him and answering his questions and at a point he said I should stop coming and stop bothering him but I still persisted until he said he had sent my result to Senate that I should leave him alone. When he was handing over to Barr. Idorenyin Eyo, I still met him and he said that I should go to Exams and Records and pick up my statement of result that he finished with me long ago.

I went to the results section of Exams and Records and checked and did not see my Statement of Result. I also went to the Senate Business Committee and checked and did not see my result. I then reported back to the new Exams Officer Barr. Idorenyin Eyo who sent me back to check at Exams and Records and the Senate Business Committee which I did but alas, I did not see my result and reported same back to her. I was instructed to report same back to the new Dean Professor Imoh Udofa which I did.

Professor Imoh Udofa instructed Barr. Idorenyin Eyo to handle the matter. Barr. Idorenyin Eyo requested for copies of my course forms and all other relevant documents pertaining to the matter and instructed me to hand it over to a particular Clerical Officer which I did. When I later saw her, she said she had not seen the file I had submitted, and she became a bit inaccessible and difficult to reach and see after that.

Professor Imoh Udofa then handed over the matter to Dr. Uwem Odok the then Vice Dean who then sent a memo to Barr. Idorenyin Eyo enquiring about my result. Barr. Idorenyin Eyo replied that I had 16 courses failed and outstanding and that my studentship had elapsed. Dr. Uwem Odok took it upon himself to investigate her claims and discovered results showing that I had passed 12 courses but had difficulty finding the results showing that I had passed 4 courses within my studentship. Then Professor Imoh Udofa informed me that they could not see the results that I had passed 4 courses and that unless I had any new information I should go and leave them alone.

I then wrote to the Vice Chancellor Prof. Enefiok Essien and the Registrar. From writing to the Registrar, I had a letter from the Directorate of Academic Affairs of the Registrar falsely claiming that I had courses failed and outstanding and that my studentship had elapsed. I replied that I had finished, passed and completed all my courses within my studentship period and asked them to tell me the courses they claimed that I had failed. Up till now I have not received a reply from them.

In response to my letter, the Vice Chancellor sent my file to the Deputy Vice Chancellor Administration and it was sent to the Faculty of Law. I was called by the Faculty and told that they had seen that I had passed another course and that I should please guide them on how to find the remaining three (3) courses. I told them that all my records are with them, that surely they could find my remaining 3 results. After that, I wrote some more letters to the Vice Chancellor and then the Covid-19 Pandemic and the End-Sars protests and riots came in to the picture and after that, Professor Enefiok Essien handed over as Vice Chancellor.

I then approached the new Dean who was a former Dean when this whole matter started Professor Aniedi Ikpang who read out the letter from the Directorate of the Academic Affairs of the Registry which I had replied to and said that his hands were tied and that because of the letter, he could do nothing more. I have since replied him in writing and am awaiting the outcome of my letter to him.

Please, I passed, finished and completed all my courses in 2015 within my studentship period and was certified as having done so by the authorities concerned.

Please, justice delayed is justice denied as time passes more and more facts concerning the matter are forgotten and more and more evidence concerning the matter becomes more and more difficult to locate.

Please, let me be given my Degree and allowed to proceed to Law school and allowed to leave the University of Uyo.

Thank you and God bless you.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

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