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Keydate: 2021-09-30
Policy Name: Acceptance of Transfer Credit
Policy Code: ACA.CP.300.001
Status: Approved and Activated
Administrative Division: Provost/VC for Academic Affairs
Responsible Office: Provost/VC for Academic Affairs
Effective Date: 09/30/2021
Last Changed by: Forgette, Richard G on 09/27/2021
Policy Narrative: PDF File

Policy Summary/Purpose:
This document defines terms and processes used in the evaluation of transfer
work and the determination of its applicability to an undergraduate degree.


Keydate: 2017-09-15
Policy Name: Acceptance of Transfer Credit
Policy Code: ACA.CP.300.001
Status: Deactivated
Administrative Division: Provost/VC for Academic Affairs
Responsible Office: Provost/VC for Academic Affairs
Effective Date: 09/15/2017
Last Changed by: Forgette, Richard G on 10/03/2019
Policy Narrative: PDF File

Policy Summary/Purpose:
This document defines terms and processes used in the evaluation of transfer
work and the determination of its applicability to an undergraduate degree.


Keydate: 2015-06-26
Policy Name: Acceptance of Transfer Credit
Policy Code: ACA.CP.300.001
Status: Deactivated
Administrative Division: Provost/VC for Academic Affairs
Responsible Office: Provost/VC for Academic Affairs
Effective Date: 06/26/2015
Last Changed by: Eftink, Maurice R on 05/29/2015
Policy Narrative: PDF File

Policy Summary/Purpose:
This document defines terms and processes used in the evaluation of transfer
work and the determination of its applicability to a University degree.


Keydate: 2005-01-01
Policy Name: Acceptance of Transfer Credit
Policy Code: ACA.CP.300.001
Status: Deactivated
Administrative Division: Provost/VC for Academic Affairs
Responsible Office: Provost/VC for Academic Affairs
Effective Date: 04/30/2008
Last Changed by: Eftink, Maurice R on 04/21/2008
Policy Narrative: PDF File

Policy Summary/Purpose:
This document defines terms and processes used in the evaluation of transfer
work and the determination of its applicability to a University degree.