It looks grammatical to me. I always like to check to see if it makes sense by trying to explain what context I imagine the sentence came from. If I'm correct, then you can be pretty confident the sentence is conveying the intended meaning.
I'm assuming that this sentence is part of a letter going out to students. The students are either transferring credits to your institution or maybe they are applying to take certain classes. These credits would be included in their application form. However, if there is something on that form that needs changing (change to the courses they wish to take - or some issue with transfer credits), they should go to the Office of Academic Affairs in order to discuss the changes or errors on the application form.
If that's an accurate scenario, the sentence is perfect.