NDUS Academic Transfer Appeal

This request should be completed by a student if there is a disagreement with a transfer decision made by an NDUS or other college to which you are transferring.

An appeal for a NDUS institution must refer to one of the following statewide transfer policies:
  1. The General Education Requirements Transfer Agreements (GERTA)
  2. Common Course Numbering (CCN)
  3. Statewide articulation agreements
  4. National credit-by-exam programs, including the College Level Examination Program (CLEP), Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB) or the DANTES or DSST program.
For more information about the appeal process, please refer to the NDUS Transfer Appeals Procedures 403.7.0.

* Indicates Required Field. Note: Some fields are masked for your security.
* First Name:
 
Middle Name:
* Last Name:
 
* Street Address:
 
* City:
 
* State:
 
* Zip:
 
* Phone (555-555-5555):
 
* Email:
 

College/University receiving the transfer credit:

* University/College Name:
 
* Address:
 
* City:
 
* State:
 
* Zip:
 
* Describe in detail the transfer decision you are appealing:
 
* Explain why you feel the decision made by the institution to which you are transferring is not correct:
 
* How would you prefer to be contacted about your appeal:

 
To research the details of your appeal a variety of faculty and staff may be contacted. After thorough review of the information, a recommendation will be made by the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs. You will be notified of that recommendation. Please allow 2 - 4 weeks for your appeal to be processed. If you are dissatisfied with the recommendation from BSC, you can make further appeal to the North Dakota University system as outlined in NDUS Procedures 403.7.0.:
* I certify to the best of my knowledge that the information on this form is true and complete without evasion or misrepresentation. I understand that if found to be otherwise, it is sufficient cause for rejection or dismissal. I am also aware that my academic records may be reviewed and discussed by BSC personnel. By checking this box you have created an electronic signature as legal as your handwritten signature:
 
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