Academic and Financial Standing, Catalog Currency and Credit Banking
Certification of Good Academic and Financial Standing
For letters of good standing, a student must be in good academic and financial standing. Students must be actively enrolled to receive a letter of good standing. Written requests should be addressed to the Office of the Registrar.
Written requests for letters of recommendation for admission to graduate schools should be addressed to the dean of the School in which the student is enrolled. For certifications relative to financial aid/loans, written requests should be made to the director of the Office of Financial Aid.
Students must use the Thomas Edison State College Catalog that is in effect on the date of enrollment to determine graduation requirements. However, if students change their degree program or allow their enrollment to lapse; necessary graduation requirements will be required as listed in the Catalog in effect at the time the official change or re-enrollment is recorded in the Office of the Registrar.
Credit Banking is available to individuals who wish to document college-level military experience, licenses, college proficiency examinations and college-level corporate training programs. To apply for Credit Banking, complete a Non-degree Services Application, which may be accessed at www.tesc.edu/studentforms.
The Credit Banking application fee entitles students to transcription services for one year. Students are advised that credits transcripted under the Credit Banking program may or may not apply to a degree program at Thomas Edison State College or another college. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that a receiving institution’s academic policy will allow transfer of each credit. Credit will not be transcripted in cases of obvious or apparent duplication or for courses deemed to be developmental. Credit Banking students who later decide to enroll at Thomas Edison State College should file an application for admission and submit the appropriate fees. At that time all credits will be reviewed for acceptance in the degree and the student will be informed as to which credits are appropriate for the specific degree. Credit Banking is not available for foreign credentials nor is credit given for courses taught.