Pathways Student University Appeals Process
Pathways Transfer Credit Appeals Process
- After admission to a CUNY college, students will receive a Transfer Credit Evaluation Report that provides an accounting of how transfer credits will meet CUNY general education requirements, degree program, and elective requirements.
- Transfer students with concerns about how completed courses have been evaluated for transfer credit must meet with a campus adviser to review their Transfer Evaluation Report. To make sure everything is completed in a timely manner, this meeting must take place at the earliest possible mutually agreeable time. After that meeting, students may initiate the transfer credit appeals process through the Transfer Appeals Officer.
- If students have not received a written response to their college appeal within 15 business days, or if students wish to appeal a negative determination on their campus appeal, they may appeal that decision to the CUNY University Provost/ Office of Academic Affairs. They should complete the University Transfer Credit Appeals Form (link below) and submit the requested support materials to the appeals officer, who will forward it to the appropriate office at the university. Students are responsible for providing course documentation to support their appeal. As long as no further materials or information are needed, students will receive a decision via email from CUNY OAA within 10 business days of an appeal’s receipt.
- If the CUNY OAA appeal is found to merit a change in course designation, QCC's Transfer Appeals Officer will ensure that the change is made to the student record. CUNY OAA decisions regarding appeals for reevaluation of transfer credit are final.
Pathways Transfer Appeals Officer
Dr. Arthur Corradetti
Room A-504, 718.631.6350