Students are entitled to appeal certain decisions of the College. In most cases you must meet specified "grounds" for an appeal to be accepted. The grounds for a specific appeal are usually found in the relevant policy or procedures. Before preparing your appeal, review the relevant policy or process to ensure you understand the process and what is required of you.
Appeals are generally submitted by letter but in some instances, a specific forms may be required. These forms as usually available on-line.
Keep in mind that your appeal is a formal, business communication with the College. It is best to keep your appeal clear, concise and on-point. Your thoughtfulness in drafting the appeal may make a difference in how the decision maker understands your perspective.
Guidelines for helping you prepare your appeal are found here, but feel free to do your own research to find the best advice on preparing your appeal.