Transferring College Credit
Transferable general education requirements from an accredited institution that meet the general education requirements of the degree-completion program chosen may be applied to those requirements. They are evaluated from official transcripts received.
Transfer Students (15 or more college credits) must provide college transcripts from an accredited college with a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA. Work with your program representative on assistance with this service.
Note: Transfer Student Credit: Credit is transferred with the grade earned in the course at the institution where the course was taken. All grades are calculated for a transfer GPA, including courses that might have been deleted from consideration by an “academic fresh start” at the transferring institution. Students should be aware that credits may be transcripted but not counted toward major or graduation requirements. “D” grades in major courses and certain other courses are not accepted toward graduation.
Students with an associate degree must provide college transcripts from an accredited college with a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA. Work with your program representative on assistance with this service.
Transferring GED Applicants
- Applicants with GED composite scores of 50 or more are to be fully admitted. (ACT-GED product* of 750 or more)
- Applicants with GED composite scores between 45 and 50 are to be admitted provisionally. (ACT-GED product of 495 to 749)
- Applicants with GED composite scores below 45 are not to be admitted.
- Applicants who are 23 years or older do not need to take the ACT.
*ACT-GED product is the student’s ACT composite score multiplied by his/her GED composite score. An adjusted scale is used for students submitting SAT scores.