This section provides course substitution policies and procedures from different colleges and districts, in addition to processes and other resources.
Written by Terri Forsbach-Rothman, Fernando Padro, and Jennifer Rice-Mason, and published in NACADA Journal (Volume 25 (1), Spring 2005), this scholarly article presents the outcomes of a research study to determine how universities are handling course substitution requests in a post Guckenberger et al v Boston College (1998) world. The authors provided thorough review of the topic, including federal laws and court decisions relative to course substitution and practices, and the challenges to Advising.
This list was the result of discussion regarding which courses are being used for Math course substitution in California Community Colleges.
San Diego Community College District (2016). This document describes the process, the committees involved, and the student’s agreement to abide by all requirements in the petition.
San Diego Community College District (2016). This administrative procedure was adopted in order to create a district-wide model for math substitutions.