Transfer students must turn in official transcripts from all regionally accredited U.S. (and U.S. territories) institutions attended, to the Office of Admissions and Records in C-119. Transcripts cannot be printed more than three years from the date of receipt. To read more about this policy and transferring click here!
Once official transcript evaluators complete a course-by-course evaluation, then students will then be informed about the amount of credit that will transfer prior to the end of the first academic term in which they are enrolled. Your results are available on eConnect. To read more about the acceptance of credit click here!
Generally, the college will not accept junior and senior level coursework as transfer credit unless there is an approved articulation agreement with the specific four-year college or university. Coursework completed at colleges and universities outside the United States will be considered for transfer on an individual basis.
Credits earned through other education programs - such as credit-by-examination, military experience and the U.S. Armed Forces Institute - are reviewed by the degree audit team, and credit may be granted if applicable.
Transfer of Non-regionally Accredited Academic Course Credit
Transfer of credit from all non-regionally accredited institutions can be considered on a course-by-course basis. Students may complete the required form and submit an official transcript, course syllabi, and faculty credentials from the institution(s) they wish to transfer credit from.