|Responsible Unit:||Academic Advisement|
|Responsible Cabinet Member:||VP for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs|
|Adoption Date:||January 2009|
|Last Revision Date:|
|Last Review Date:|
Students transferring from other SUNY units, whose initial request for transfer course
equivalency to a lower-division course at Brockport is turned down, have a right to
an appeal process at the local Brockport level and further to the SUNY System Administration
level (SUNY Provost's Office).
Students have the right to appeal Brockport decisions on award of transfer equivalency for lower-division courses recently taken at other SUNY units.
Note: Courses taken more than two years prior to the student's admission to Brockport will not be considered "recent" and eligible for appeal
There are no definitions for this policy at this time.
The appeal process begins in Brockport's Office of Academic Advisement where forms and instructions on how to appeal can be obtained. The first level of appeal is to the department chairperson of the department offering the course for which transfer equivalency is requested. If the appeal is rejected at the department level, the student's appeal can be sent to the Office of the Vice Provost for Academic Affairs. If the Vice Provost rejects the appeal, the student can request that the appeal be sent to the SUNY Provost's Office for a final review. The burden of proof of course equivalency is on the student who must provide syllabi, course materials and other documents to substantiate the equivalency. The Brockport decision may be limited to the student who has appealed.
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History (in descending order)
|Next Review Date||January 2012||Three-year review|
|Adoption Date||January 2009||Policy Adopted|
|Draft Review Date||Draft Policy under 30-day Campus Review|