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  • Applications | Cal State Monterey Bay
    be indicated on the application The applications of persons denied admission to an impacted or closed campus may be rerouted to another campus at no cost but only if the applicant is CSU eligible SELECTION OF A MAJOR The majors offered at CSUMB are listed in the Undergraduate Education section of this catalog You should review these descriptions before filing an application CSUMB accepts students who are undecided about their major If undecided use the undeclared category on the application form IMPACTED PROGRAMS The CSU designates programs as impacted when more applications from regularly eligible applicants are received in the initial filing period October and November for fall terms June for winter terms August for spring terms February for summer terms than can be accommodated Some programs are impacted at every campus which they are offered others are impacted only at a few campuses Candidates for admission must meet all of the campus specified supplementary admission criteria if applying to an impacted program or campus The CSU will announce during the fall filing period those campuses or programs that are impacted Detailed information on campus and programs impaction will be available at the following websites www csumentor edu www calstate edu impactioninfo shtml www calstate edu sas impaction campus info shtml Campuses will communicate its supplementary admission criteria for all impacted programs to high schools and community colleges in their service area and will disseminate this information to the public through appropriate media This information will also be published at the CSU campus individual website and made available online at www calstate edu You must file your application for admission to an impacted program during the initial filing period If you wish to be considered in impacted programs at more than one campus you should file an application at each campus for which you seek admission consideration Supplementary Admission Criteria Each campus with impacted programs uses supplementary admission criteria in screening applicants Supplementary criteria may include rank ordering of freshman applicants based on the CSU eligibility index or rank ordering of transfer applicants based on the verification of AA T or AS T degree the overall transfer grade point average GPA completion of specified prerequisite courses and a combination of campus developed criteria Applicants for freshman admission to impacted campuses or programs are required to submit scores on either the SAT or the ACT For fall admission you should take tests as early as possible but no later than November or December of the preceding year The supplementary admission criteria used by the individual campuses to screen applicants are made available by the campuses to all applicants seeking admission to an impacted program Details regarding the supplemental admissions criteria are also provided at calstate edu impactioninfo shtml Graduate All graduate and postbaccalaureate applicants e g Ed D joint Ph D and Ed D applicants master s degree applicants those seeking educational credentials or certificates and where permitted holders of baccalaureate degrees interested in taking courses for personal or professional growth

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  • Admission Requirements | Cal State Monterey Bay
    college since high school graduation and have made up the missing subject requirements with a 2 0 or better GPA Applicants who graduated from high school prior to 1988 should contact the admission office to inquire about alternative admission programs Lower division applicants who did not complete subject requirements while in high school may make up missing subjects in any of the following ways Complete appropriate courses with a C or better in adult school or high school summer sessions Complete appropriate college courses with a C or better One college course of at least three semester or four quarter units will be considered equivalent to one year of high school study Earn acceptable scores on specified examinations e g SAT subject tests Please consult with the CSU campus admission office to which you are applying for further information about alternative ways to satisfy the subject requirements Due to increased enrollment demands most CSU campuses do not admit lower division transfer applicants UPPER DIVISION transfer requirements Generally applicants will qualify for consideration for upper division transfer admission if they meet all of the following requirements They have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2 0 C or higher in all transferable units attempted They are in good standing at the last college or university attended and They have completed at least 60 transferable semester 90 quarter units of college coursework with a grade point average of 2 0 or higher and a grade of C or better in each course used to meet the CSU general education requirements in written communication oral communication critical thinking and quantitative reasoning e g mathematics The 60 units must include at least 30 units of courses which meet the CSU general education requirements including all of the general education requirements in communication in the English language both oral and written and critical thinking and the requirement in mathematics quantitative reasoning usually 3 semester units OR the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum IGETC requirements in English communication and mathematical concepts and quantitative reasoning ASSOCIATE DEGREES FOR TRANSFER The Associate in Arts for Transfer AA T and the Associate in Science for Transfer AS T degrees offered at the California Community Colleges CCC are designed to provide a California community college student a clear transfer preparation and admission pathway to the CSU degree majors California Community College students who earn an associate degree for transfer AA T or AS T are guaranteed admission with junior standing to the CSU and given priority admission over other transfer students when applying to a local campus or non impacted program AA T or AS T admission applicants are given priority consideration to an impacted campus program or to campuses programs that have been deemed similar to the degree completed at the community college Students who have completed an AA T AS T in a program deemed similar to a CSU major are able to complete remaining requirements for graduation within 60 semester 90 quarter units It is the responsibility of the student who has earned an AA T AS T to provide documentation of the degree to the CSU campus Click here to see the list of AA T AS T programs offered at CSUMB PROVISIONAL ADMISSION CSU Monterey Bay may grant you provisional or conditional admission as a transfer applicant based on your academic preparation and courses planned for completion If so admitted the campus will monitor your final terms to ensure that you complete all required courses satisfactorily All accepted applicants are required to submit an official transcript of all college level work completed The campus may rescind admission for any student who is found not to be eligible after the final transcript has been evaluated In no case may such documents be received and validated by the university any later than registration for your second term of CSU enrollment ARticulation CSUMB uses articulation as a general term referring to written agreements between CSUMB and other institutions within the California Community College CCC University of California UC and California State University CSU systems as well as various accredited independent colleges and universities This general term is also often used in reference to the preparation to enter a CSUMB major Lower division course to course articulation is a formal written faculty approved agreement that identifies courses or sequences of courses taught at other institutions that are equivalent to or acceptable in lieu of specific courses outcomes requirements at CSUMB Course to course articulation agreements are developed for the transfer of coursework toward general transfer to CSUMB transfer to CSUMB at the upper division level and transfer to CSUMB which includes meeting some of the lower division requirements of an academic major at CSUMB These articulation agreements spell out how specific courses completed at another institution match up with specific courses taught at CSUMB satisfy specific University Learning Requirements ULRs or meet specific Major Learning Outcomes MLOs Course to course articulation agreements for primary institutions are located on the CSUMB EDU articulation webpage Transfer Student Major Preparation The dynamic of preparation to enter a CSUMB major is similar in that it provides a transfer pathway for students who are interested in a particular major however it is much more detailed The preparation recommended for each major is unique Transfer to CSUMB in the following majors requires satisfactory completion at the primary institution of a selection of required and recommended courses Biology B S Business Administration B S Collaborative Health and Human Services B A Computer Science and Information Technology B S Environmental Science Technology Policy B S Global Studies B A Human Communication B A Information Technology and Communications Design B S Intergrated Studies B A Kinesiology s B S Liberal Studies B A Mathematics B S Music B A Psychology B A Cinematic Arts and Technology B A Visual and Public Art B A Transfer possibilities to CSUMB in the following majors are presented to interested students in a narrative format that is applicable to virtually any primary institution from which a student may transfer Social and Behavioral Sciences B A World Languages and Cultures B A Major preparation and articulated courses from all California community colleges are listed on assist org It is strongly recommended that you review this information with the assistance of the academic advising counselors assigned to you at your primary institution CSUMB Articulation oversees the articulation and major preparation process described above This office ensures that appropriate CSUMB academic program faculty members review all requests from other postsecondary institutions for course to course articulation that they approve all agreements and that they sign off on all major preparation formats which CSUMB offers as the means by which you can enter a CSUMB major as a transfer student ASSIST ASSIST is an articulation and transfer planning system providing information about California public higher education institutions ASSIST is designated as California s official repository of articulation and transfer information As such ASSIST carries all of CSUMB s course to course articulation information as well as major preparation information LDTP The Lower Division Transfer Pattern LDTP project sponsored by the California State University CSU and supported by the California Community Colleges presents potential transfer students with the most direct path to a bachelor s degree in the CSU system The LDTP project provides a set of road maps for students to follow that will ensure appropriate academic preparation and that will decrease time to graduation once LDTP students enter the CSU Students may enter into an LDTP agreement up to the time they have completed 45 transferable units Students who elect to follow the LDTP option will receive the highest priority for admission to a CSU campus Highest priority for admission is defined as a written guarantee of admission to a particular CSU campus and major and it goes into effect when both the student and the CSU campus ratify an LDTP agreement The guarantee is subject both to satisfactory completion of the agreement requirements and to the campus s ability to accommodate the student Students will be asked to complete successfully a specified set of general education courses and major courses that will be common to all CSU campuses offering that major and they will be asked to complete successfully an additional set of courses identified by the particular CSU campus named in the LDTP agreement The coursework in the systemwide and campus specific LDTP pattern will total at least 60 units the number needed to transfer to CSU as an upper division student Through CSU Mentor and ASSIST students and counselors will be able to find road maps detailing coursework preparation by CSU campus and major Undergraduate Test Requirements As an undergraduate applicant you must satisfy certain testing requirements Depending on your status at entry these may include Entrance Tests English Language proficiency exams including the Test of English as a Foreign Language TOEFL or the International Education Language Testing System IELTS and CSU Placement Tests Entrance Tests Freshman and transfer applicants who have fewer that 60 semester or 90 quarter units of transferable college credit are strongly encouraged to submit scores unless exempt see Eligibility Index from either the ACT or the SAT of the College Board If you apply to an impacted program on campus you may be required to submit test scores and should take the test no later than November or December Test scores also are used for advising and placement purposes Registration forms and dates for the SAT or ACT are available from school or college counselors or from a CSU campus testing office including CSUMB Office of Admissions Or you may write to or call The College Board SAT Registration Unit Box 6200 Princeton NJ 08541 6200 609 771 7588 www collegeboard org ACT Registration Unit PO Box 414 Iowa City Iowa 52240 319 337 1270 act org English Language Requirement All undergraduate applicants whose native language is not English and who have not attended schools at the secondary level or above for at least three years full time where English is the principal language of instruction must present a sufficient score on the Test of English as a Foreign Language TOEFL Some majors may require a higher score A few campuses may also use alternative methods of assessing English fluency Pearson Test of English Academic PTE Academic the International English Language Testing System IELTS and the International Test of English Proficiency ITEP Each campus will posts the tests it accepts on its website and will notify students after they apply about the tests it accepts and when to submit scores CSU minimum TOEFL standards are Internet 61 Computer 173 Paper 500 Our TOEFL code is 1945 International English Language Testing System IELTS CSU Monterey Bay requires a minimum score of 6 See International Student Requirements for more information systemwide placement test requirements The California State University requires that each entering undergraduate except those who qualify for an exemption take the CSU Entry Level Mathematics ELM examination and the CSU English Placement Test EPT prior to enrollment These placement tests are not a condition for admission to the CSU but they are a condition of enrollment These examinations are designed to identify entering students who may need additional support in acquiring college entry level English and mathematics skills necessary to succeed in CSU baccalaureate level courses If you do not demonstrate college level skills both in English and in mathematics you will be placed in appropriate remedial programs and activities during the first term of your enrollment If placed in remedial programs in either English or mathematics you must complete all remediation in your first year of enrollment Failure to complete remediation by the end of your first year may result in denial of enrollment for future terms Students register for the EPT www csuenglishsuccess org ept and or ELM http www csumathsuccess org elm exam Campus may establish deadlines by which new students must register for and or take placement exams as a requirement for enrollment Questions about test dates and registration materials can be found at www ets org csu or may be addressed to Office of Admissions 100 Campus Center Seaside California 93955 8001 831 582 3738 admissions csumb edu English Placement Test The English Placement Test EPT is designed to assess the level of reading and writing skills of students entering the California State University The CSU EPT must be completed by all non exempt entering undergraduates prior to enrollment in any course including remedial courses Students who score 147 or above on the EPT will be placed in college level composition classes Exceptions from the EPT are granted only to those who present proof of one of the following A score of Exempt or Ready for college level English courses on the CSU Early Assessment Program EAP taken along with the English Language Arts California Standard Test in grade 11 A score of Conditionally ready for college level English courses or Conditional on the CSU Early Assessment Program EPA taken on grade 11 provided successful completion of the Expository Reading and Writing Course ERWC AP English 1B English or an English course approved for extra honors weight on the University of California a g Doorways course list A score of 500 or above on the critical reading section of the College Board SAT Reasoning Test A score of 22 or above on the American College Testing ACT English Test A score of 3 or above on either the Language and Composition or the Composition and Literature examination of the College Board Scholastic Advanced Placement program Completion and transfer to the CSU of the credits for a college course that satisfies the CSU General Education requirement in English Composition provided such a course was completed with a grade of C or better Entry Level Mathematics placement Examination The Entry Level Mathematics ELM Examination is designed to assess and measure the level of mathematics skills acquired through three years of rigorous college preparatory mathematics coursework Algebra I Algebra II and Geometry of students entering the California State University CSU The CSU ELM must be completed by all non exempt entering undergraduates prior to enrollment in any course including remedial courses Students who score 50 or above on the ELM will be placed in college level mathematics classes Exemptions from the ELM are granted only to those students who present proof of one of the following A score of Exempt or Ready for college level Mathematics courses on the CSU Early Assessment Program EAP taken in grade 11 in conjunction with the CST in Summative High School Mathematics or Algebra II A score of Conditionally ready for college level Mathematics courses or Conditional on the CSU Early Assessment Program EPA taken in grade 11 along with the California Standards Test in Summative High School Mathematics or Algebra II provided successful completion of a CSU approved 12th grade math course that require Algebra II as a prerequisite A score of 550 or above on the mathematics section of the College Board SAT Reasoning Test A score of 550 or above on a College Board SAT Subject Test in Mathematics level 1 or level 2 A score of 23 or above on the American College Testing ACT Mathematics Test A score of 3 or above on the College Board Advanced Placement Calculus AB or Calculus BC exam A score of 3 or above on the College Board Advanced Placement Statistics examination Completion and transfer to CSU of a college course that satisfies requirement Quantitative Reasoning provided such a course was completed with a grade of C or better Early Start Program Entering resident freshman who are not proficient in math or English will need to start the remediation process before their first regular term The goals of Early Start Program are to Add an important and timely assessment tool in preparing students for college Better prepare students in math and English before the fall semester of freshman year and Improve students chances of successful completion of a college degree Newly admitted freshman students who are required to complete Early Start will be notified of the requirement and options for completing the program as part of campus communications to newly admitted students Graduate postbaccalaureate Requirements Graduate and post baccalaureate applicants may apply for a degree objective apply for a credential or certificate objective or have no program objective Depending on the objective the CSU will consider an application for admission as follows The minimum requirements for admission to graduate and post baccalaureate studies at a California State University campus are in accordance with university regulations as well as Title 5 Chapter 1 Subchapter 3 of the California Code of Regulations Specifically you shall at the time of enrollment Have completed a four year college course of study and hold an acceptable baccalaureate degree from an institution accredited by a regional accrediting association or shall have completed equivalent academic preparation as determined by appropriate campus authorities Be in good academic standing at the last college or university attended Have attained a grade point average of at least 2 5 A 4 0 in the last 60 semester 90 quarter units attempted or have earned a grade point average of at least 2 5 on the last degree completed by the candidate and Satisfactorily meet the professional personal scholastic and other standards for graduate study including qualifying examinations as appropriate campus authorities may prescribe In unusual circumstances a campus may make exceptions to these criteria If you apply to a masters or post baccalaureate program the academic program may require you to successfully complete a nationally standardized qualifying examination e g Graduate Record Examination Graduate Management Admission Test and fulfill other admission criteria Please refer to the individual academic program department websites for information on specific requirements When tests are required you must file the test scores with CSUMB Office of Admissions prior to the application deadline The Office of Admissions forwards completed files to the department for review

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  • Inter/Intrasystem Enrollment | Cal State Monterey Bay
    CSUMB Home Catalog Inter Intrasystem Enrollment If enrolled at any CSU campus you have access to courses at other CSU campuses on a space available basis unless those campuses or programs are impacted or admission to the desired program or admission categories is closed This access is offered without you being required to be admitted formally to the host campus and sometimes without paying additional fees Although courses taken on any CSU campus will transfer to your home CSU campus as elective credit you should consult your home campus academic advisors to determine how such courses may apply to your degree programs before enrolling at the host campus There are two programs for enrollment within the CSU and one for enrollment between CSU and the University of California or California Community Colleges Additional information about these programs is available from the Office of the Registrar CSU Concurrent Enrollment If a matriculated student in good standing you may enroll on a space available basis at both your home CSU campus and a host CSU campus during the same term Credit earned at the host campus is reported at your request to the home campus to be included on your transcript at the home campus Concurrent enrollment is approved for a specific term subject to space availability and registration priority policies at the host campus Concurrent enrollment application forms are available from Office of the Registrar CSUMB students participating in classes as regularly enrolled students may not take classes as an Open University student Open University students who decide to apply for admission to the university must meet the regular admission requirements CSU Visitor Enrollment If a matriculated student in good standing enrolled at one CSU campus you may enroll on a space available basis at another CSU campus for one term

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  • Residency & Immigration Requirements | Cal State Monterey Bay
    contemplated can demonstrate both physical presence in the state combined with evidence of intent to remain in California indefinitely may establish California residency for tuition purposes A minor normally derives residency from the parent s they reside with or most recently resided with Evidence demonstrating intent may vary from case to case but will include and is not limited to the absence of residential ties to any other state California voter registration and voting in California elections maintaining California vehicle registration and driver s license maintaining active California bank accounts filing California income tax returns and listing a California address on federal tax returns owning residential property or occupying or renting an apartment where permanent belongings are kept maintaining active memberships in California professional or social organizations and maintaining a permanent military address and home of record in California Nonresident students seeking reclassification are required to complete a supplemental questionnaire that includes questions concerning their financial independence Financial independence is required along with physical presence and intent to be eligible for reclassification Financial independence is established if in the calendar year the reclassification application is made and in any of the three calendar years preceding the reclassification application the student has not and will not be claimed as an exemption for state and federal tax purposes by his her parent has not and will not receive more than seven hundred and fifty dollars 750 per year in financial assistance from his her parent and has not lived and will not live longer than six 6 weeks in the home of his he parent A nonresident student who has been appointed as a graduate student teaching assistant a graduate student research assistant or a graduate student teaching associate on any CSU campus and is employed on a 0 49 or more time basis is exempt from the financial independence requirement Noncitizens establish residency in the same manner as citizens unless precluded by the Immigration and Nationality Act from establishing domicile in the United States Exceptions to the general residency requirements are contained in California Education Code sections 68070 68085 and California Code of Regulations Title 5 Subchapter 5 Article 4 sections 41906 41906 6 and include but are not limited to members of the military and their dependents certain credentialed employees of school districts and most students who have attended three or more years of high school in California and graduated from a California high school or attained the equivalent of graduation Whether an exception applies to a particular student cannot be determined before the submission of an application for admission and as necessary additional supporting documentation Because neither campus nor Chancellor s Office staff may give advice on the application of these laws applicants are strongly urged to review the material for themselves and consult with a legal advisor Residency determination dates are set each term They are quarter term campuses Fall September 20 Winter January 5 Spring April 1 Summer July 1 semester term campuses Fall September 20 Winter

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  • Transferring Credit | Cal State Monterey Bay
    may also include a recording of additional credit for which you may be eligible by virtue of specific tests and assessments and a summary record of all transfer credit from previous colleges or universities you may have attended Transfer credits may be recorded on your Degree Audit where appropriate For information on how these credits may apply to your degree requirements contact your specific program In accordance with Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations Section 40409 a maximum of 70 semester credits earned at a community college may be applied toward your undergraduate degree with the following limitations No upper division credit may be allowed for courses taken at a community college No credit may be allowed for professional courses in education taken at a community college other than an introduction to education course Advanced Placement Examinations CSUMB grants credit toward its undergraduate degrees for successful completion of examinations of the Advanced Placement Program of the College Board If you present scores of three or better you will be granted up to six semester units of college credit If you present scores of three or better in approved subjects you may receive from three to six semester units for each examination Submit your official test scores to CSUMB Office of Admissions International Baccalaureate Examinations If you are an International Baccalaureate participant and plan to enroll at CSUMB you should submit a copy of your official IB transcript when available You may earn advanced standing credit for passing the International Baccalaureate s Higher Level examinations with a score of 4 5 6 or 7 CSUMB does not award credit for Subsidiary Level passes Credit by Examination You may challenge courses by taking examinations developed at CSUMB when available Credit shall be awarded to those who pass them successfully Credit

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  • Transcripts | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Admissions Rights Responsibilities University Organization Complaint Procedure Tuition Fees Financial Aid Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Credential Programs Certificate Programs International Programs Course Descriptions Registration Grades Probation Disqualification Graduation CSUMB Home Catalog Transcripts Your final official transcripts must be submitted prior to enrollment to verify that all required coursework has been completed successfully CSUMB will either rescind provisional admissions delay admission or not permit registration or attendance until receipt of final transcripts and admission eligibility can be verified All transcripts submitted for admission and transfer credit purposes must be official and sent directly from the originating school or college to Office of Admissions All records submitted become the property of CSUMB part of your file and will not be released If you do not complete the admission application or enroll the records will be kept on file for two years We suggest that you order a set of transcripts for yourself at the same time that you order transcripts for admission so that you will have them available for advising purposes Office of Admissions will not provide copies of documents submitted If you are a transfer applicant with fewer than 60 transferable semester credits you must file one complete set of official transcripts from your high school of graduation and ACT or SAT test score results in addition to official transcripts of all college work attempted If you are a transfer applicant with 60 or more semester credits of transferable courses you do not need to file a high school transcript However we caution that if during the evaluation process it is determined that you have earned fewer than 60 semester credits of transferable coursework processing will stop You will be notified that your high school transcript and ACT or SAT scores are required and admission consideration will again be given

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  • Health Screening | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Complaint Procedure Tuition Fees Financial Aid Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Credential Programs Certificate Programs International Programs Course Descriptions Registration Grades Probation Disqualification Graduation CSUMB Home Catalog Health Screening You are required to present proof of the immunizations listed below to the CSU campus you will be attending before the beginning of your first term of enrollment These are not admission requirements but shall be required as conditions of CSU enrollment Please visit the Immunization Requirements webpage on the Campus Health Center website for complete guidelines on providing proof of immunity to CSU Monterey Bay Immunization documentation should be mailed to Campus Health Center 100 Campus Center Seaside CA 93955 8001 831 582 3965 Fax 831 582 3976 Email is NOT a secure form of communication thus confidentiality cannot be assured Please do NOT use email to send immunization vaccination or any medical records Thank you Measles and Rubella All new and readmitted students must provide proof of full immunization against measles and rubella prior to enrollment Hepatitis B All new students who will be 18 years of age or younger at the start of their first term at a CSU campus must provide proof of full immunization against Hepatitis B before enrolling Full immunization against Hepatitis B consists of three timed doses of vaccine over a minimum of four to six months If you need further details or have special circumstances please consult the Campus Health Center Meningococcal Disease All incoming freshman who will be residing in on campus housing must acknowledge through the Student Housing and Residential Life s website that they have received information about the meningococcal disease and the availability of the vaccine to prevent contracting the disease and indicating whether or not the student has chosen to receive the vaccination Student Housing Residential Life 100 Campus

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  • Denial & Appeals | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Fees Financial Aid Academic Programs Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Credential Programs Certificate Programs International Programs Course Descriptions Policies Procedures Registration Grades Probation Disqualification Graduation Catalog Archive Calendars Admissions Rights Responsibilities University Organization Complaint Procedure Tuition Fees Financial Aid Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Credential Programs Certificate Programs International Programs Course Descriptions Registration Grades Probation Disqualification Graduation CSUMB Home Catalog Denial Appeals Denied admission The university reserves the right to select its students and deny admission to the University or any of its programs as the University in its sole discretion determines appropriate based on an applicant s suitability and the best interests of the University Appeals Section 89030 7 of the California Education Code requires that the California State University establish specific requirements for appeal procedures for a denial of admission Each CSU campus must publish appeal procedures for applicants denied admission to the University The procedure is limited to addressing campus decisions to deny an applicant admission to the University Admissions appeal procedures must address the basis for appeals provide 15 business days for an applicant to submit an appeal stipulate a maximum of one appeal per academic term provide specific contact information for the individual or office to which

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