- Transfer credit procedure shall be initiated in the Student Records and Financial Services Office.*
- Evaluation of transfer credit from another institution shall be made by the course discipline department chair or designated appointee.
- Credit will be given for courses passed with a grade of C or better. In the evaluating of transfer credit, a grade of S or P will be considered equivalent to a grade of C.
- Credit will be given for courses passed with a grade of C- or better if the overall index of the courses being transferred remains at 2.0 or higher.
- Credit hours granted will be equivalent to the corresponding course hours in this college. Partial credit may be granted with the approval of the department chair in whose department the course is offered.
- Transfer credits from other institutions will not be included in the calculations of indexes.
- Evaluation of transfer credit from one major to another within the college shall be made by the department chair or designated appointee(s) in the department to which the student transfers. Grades, including Fs, for courses that have been taken and that are required in the new program, shall be transferred as earned.
- Transfer from one program to another requires consultation with the department chair or designee of the department in which the student is registered and approval of the department chair or designee of the department to which the student wishes to transfer.
- A student may satisfy degree requirements by taking courses at another college and transferring no more than 12 credit hours within a seven-year period after leaving this college. This transfer program shall have prior written approval by his/her department chair. Courses transferred in this manner may replace comparable courses already taken at this college, thereby removing such courses from the calculation of index.
* The above rules and regulations are listed under ACADEMIC REGULATIONS-305 on the Alfred State website at www.alfredstate.edu/academic-regulations.
- To receive an associate degree, at least 30 lower-division credit hours (not including challenge credit) must be completed at this college.**
- To receive a bachelor’s degree, at least 30 upper-division credit hours (not including challenge credit) must be completed at this college.***
** The above regulation is listed under ACADEMIC REGULATIONS-201.7 on the Alfred State website at www.alfredstate.edu/academic-regulations.
***The above regulation is listed under ACADEMIC REGULATIONS-202.4 on the Alfred State website at www.alfredstate.edu/academic-regulations.