These tools allow campus personnel to identify guaranteed transfer courses in general education and within specific disciplines, contact their colleagues on other campuses, and submit changes to core courses in the major.
General Education. This page outlines the SUNY General Education Requirement (SUNY-GER), and includes policies, procedures, and resources.
Approved SUNY-GER Course Dashboards. These dashboards are the source of record for all SUNY approved general education courses. The initial data conversation from the excel spreadsheet maintained by the Office of the Provost was completed on August 1st, 2013. Data are currently under review by campuses. For more information, please consult the General Education Page.
Transfer Path Requirement Summary. This excel worksheet summarizes the minimum and recommended Transfer Path courses by discipline for foundation courses in the major and cognate courses. Campuses can use this resource for reviewing and revising programs to meet the policies outlined in Memorandum to Presidents (Vol.13, No. 3.), Policy and Guidance: Seamless Transfer Requirements, June 12, 2013.
Student mobility dashboard: The dashboard provides a mechanism for authorized campus staff to identify individual campus courses within specific disciplines. You may login to the dashboard with your campus user name and password. For assistance with the Student Transfer Mobility Dashboard, please contact the SLN HelpDesk by phone 800-875-6269 or by email.
SUNY Transfer Paths: The Transfer Paths summarize the common lower division requirements shared by all SUNY campuses for similar majors within most disciplines. These courses are guaranteed to transfer across the SUNY system within each discipline.
Additions, modifications and deletions of campus course information contained in these systems must be vetted through an appropriate oversight process on the campus. Once that process is complete, a message confirming the change from an appropriate academic administrator (e.g. a Dean or higher) may be sent from a campus email system to the Student Mobility Project Coordinator. The message should include contact information including a telephone number and e-mail address. Provost office personnel will contact that administrator to verify the change prior to modifying the system
General Education Campus Representatives . Can provide detailed information about a particular campus's general education program.
Transfer admissions contacts. A list of campus transfer admissions contacts maintained by the Office of Enrollment Management.
The Student Mobility Steering Committee makes recommendations to the SUNY Provost on all matters concerning the ability of students to transfer from one campus to another within SUNY as prescribed by SUNY Board of Trustees Policy.