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The Transformative Learning Foundation complies with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 which was designed to protect the privacy of educational records, to establish the right of learners to inspect and review their educational records, to challenge the content of those records, to have a hearing if the outcome of the challenge is unsatisfactory, to submit an explanatory statement for enclosure in the record if the outcome of the hearing is unsatisfactory, to prevent disclosure, with certain exceptions, of personally identifiable information, and to secure a copy of the Institute policy which includes the location of all education records.

Non-Discrimination Policy

The Transformative Learning Foundation does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, gender, religion, physical ability or disability, or national or ethnic origin in the admission to or administration of any of its programs.

Transfer Credit

A learner who has successfully completed a graduate level course at another accredited post-secondary institution may request that these credits be transferred to The Transformative Learning Foundation if the course work is similar to a course offered by The Transformative Learning Foundation or if the learner can show that the course is meaningfully related to the learner’s self-authored program. The Transformative Learning Foundation may grant a maximum of 6 credits towards a Master’s degree for this previously completed course work if it is approved and if the credit has been granted within the past five years.

Learners send applications for transfer credit to the Academic Dean. The learner must provide an official transcript for the course credit and a course syllabus or content outline.

Within two weeks of receipt such application, the Academic Dean will provide a response to the learner. If the Dean rejects the application, a written explanation for rejection will be provided. The learner may appeal the rejection to the Institute’s President.