Appeals of the decisions of the judicial board must be made within seven days of the date on the board's decision letter in writing to:
c/o dean of the college, chair
College Hall 203
Northampton, MA 01063
The appeals board is a small, three member committee consisting of the dean of the college (or designee), a member of the SGA cabinet appointed by the SGA president and one additional member of the administration appointed by the dean of the college. The appeal board reviews the evidence presented to the judicial board and evaluates whether there is grounds for the appeal. The only grounds for appeal that will be accepted by the appeals board are gross error in procedure, violation of the student's rights, new evidence, or extreme bias on the part of the judicial board. Disagreement with the board's decision is not, by itself, grounds for an appeal.
summarized from the Smith College Student Handbook - SGA Constitution and Bylaws, Bylaws Article VII Section 8D
SGA & the Judicial Board
Community Judicial Board FAQ