Community College Transfers
As a community college transfer, you can continue your education at Friends University. We take a personal interest in your success and make the transfer process as simple as possible. We offer two different educational formats designed to meet your specific needs as you continue your bachelor’s degree.
Evening and Online Classes for Adults
Our adult-oriented degrees allow you to complete your bachelor’s degree through the College of Adult and Professional Studies by attending classes in the evening or online. This allows you to:
- Continue your education while you maintain your work, family and other responsibilities.
- Transfer up to 78 credit hours. This is typically more hours than many other universities allow.
- Enroll in eight-week classes, with classes starting five times throughout the year.
- Earn credit from the Prior Learning Assessment Office for college-level learning acquired through work, training, non-college courses and experiences. This credit can shorten the time and cost required to complete your degree.
- Meet with an academic success coach who will take a personal interest in your success and help you map out your degree plan.
- Access our Career Services Office for resume, interviewing and job search assistance.
To learn more about available evening and online degrees, click here. To view transfer credit policies, visit our online catalog. Or contact 316-295-5300 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Daytime Degree Programs
If you want a traditional college experience, these degrees allow you to complete your bachelor’s degree by attending classes during the daytime. As a student in the College of Business, Arts, Sciences and Education, you would:
- Take a variety of daytime classes in a traditional, semester-based format.
- Be able to participate in extracurricular campus activities such as athletics, fine arts, campus ministries and other student organizations and clubs.
- Work with a faculty advisor in your field of study to help you select classes that meet your degree requirements.