Transfer Students

Transfer Review/Appeal Process

You can check your DARS report at any time to see how your courses have transferred in to MSC Southeast.  Log in to eServices, "Grades and Transcripts," and select "Interactive Degree Audit Report." If you want to have any courses or credits further reviewed, select Transfer Review/Appeal and follow the instructions.  You may include additional supplemental information such as a course description, syllabus, course outline, or other course materials. 

The department and Dean of Academic Affairs will review the provided information within ten (10) days. You will receive an email with their decision.  If you want to appeal their decision, return to eServices and complete the Transfer Appeal process.  

View Board Policy 3.39 Transfer Rights and Responsibilities, to understand students' and institutions' rights and responsibilities as they relate to transfer of credit. 

 


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