If you have questions about the transfer credit evaluation you have received, please discuss the evaluation with the Credit Transfer Evaluator in the Registrar's Office located in the Student Services Center (T.2200). Bring a copy of the description and/or syllabus for the course in question to this meeting. The Credit Transfer Evaluator will review the new documentation and consult with the Academic Dean as necessary. The Transfer Evaluator will mail you a copy of the decision. If you wish to appeal this decision, you can do so by taking the following steps.
- If you wish to substitute a transfer course which is not deemed equivalent to any MCTC course for a course required for your academic or technical program, you may fill out a Petition for Waiver of Requirement form (forms are available in the Student Services Center). Include a course description from the transfer college's catalog, and a syllabus for the course(s) in question. Submit the completed form to the Academic Affairs Office.
Waivers will be processed within a reasonable time (usually six working days). The Academic Affairs Office will mail you a copy of the decision. Course substitution decisions are final.
- If, after discussing the rationale for transfer with the Credit Transfer Evaluator, you feel strongly that the transfer course in question is equivalent to a specific MCTC course, you may complete the Transfer Credit Appeal form and send it the Senior Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs for a review of the course. Include a course description from the transfer college's catalog, and a syllabus for the course(s) in question. Submit the completed form to the Senior Vice President's Office.
Appeals will be processed within a reasonable time. The Senior Vice President's Office will mail you a copy of the decision.
If a student is not satisfied with the College's transfer appeal decision, under MnSCU Board Policy 3.21 Undergraduate Credit Transfer, a student may submit a request to the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities' Senior Vice Chancellor of Academic and Student Affairs for a system level appeal of the College's transfer appeal decision. Contact information for the Senior Vice Chancellor is available in the Office of the Registrar. The decision of the Senior Vice Chancellor shall be binding on all college and university parties.