Your Rights as a Transfer Student
- You are to receive a clear, understandable statement of an institution's transfer policies.
- You are entitled to a fair credit review and an explanation regarding any credits not accepted.
- You are entitled to receive a copy of the institution's formal appeals process.
- Upon your request, you may receive a review of eligibility for financial aid and/or scholarship(s).
Process for Appealing the Evaluation of Transfer Credits
A. Download the Transfer Equivalency Appeal form. Click Here
B. Return the completed form to the Transfer Specialist. Consideration of your request may require additional information including a course syllabus, course description, outlines, reading list, text(s) used, etc., if not previously supplied.
C. An academic department or appeals committee will then review the appeal.
D. You will receive a written explanation of the outcome of the appeal including the rationale for the decision.
E. If you are unsatisfied with the decision, you may appeal to the Dean of the appropriate College. This second appeal should include the letter from the committee, and your rationale for further appeal. The Dean will provide a decision, in writing, explaining the rationale for his or her decision.
F. If you are still unsatisfied with the decision, you have the right to appeal to the Senior Vice Chancellor of Academic and Student Affairs of the Minnesota State Colleges and University System, available at this website.
The University Transfer Specialist, in the Office of Admissions and Scholarships can assist you if you have questions about this process. Contact Evonne McKinzie at 1-877-236-4354 or via email at email@example.com.