Has their application deadline already passed? If their deadline has already passed, they can deny just based on that.
Did they tell you what their reason for denying you? Did they attempt to contact you before they denied you?
If they denied you due to your GPA, ask if you can be reconsidered for unclassified status. Sometimes if you take courses as an unclassified graduate student you may be able to raise your GPA to their standards while also working towards your degree.
Don't be discouraged. Take their advice as far as what your application may have been lacking and re-apply for the next term.
Yes do everything you can to try and reconsider, with enough force they will.
That all depends on why they rejected you in the first place. You should call and schedule and appointment with the admissions director. That way, they know you are truly interested. Also, this can be a way of knowing whether or not you can work with them so you can get accepted.
Contrary to the advice above, a rejection from a graduate program is not negotiable.
You may certainly contact the Director of Graduate Studies in the department to which you applied, and ask what you might do to improve your application for the next round of admissions, but that is all.
Best wishes to you.
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