Transfer Credit (Policy AA-52)

Credit earned at other regionally accredited institutions may be transferred as acceptable credit at Clarkson College according to the following guidelines:

Procedure:

  1. There is evidence of satisfactory scholarship, i.e. at least a “C-“ in academic courses for undergraduate courses and a “B-“ for graduate courses in graded courses.
  2. Courses and credits to be transferred are listed on an official transcript that is submitted directly from the institutions(s) where the courses were taken. A final official transcript is required after completing all courses to be transferred.
  3. If the course and/or credit to be transferred is a major course or graduate course, a petition may need to be completed. The course and/or credit must be comparable to a course offered at Clarkson College to be approved. A syllabus and course description of the course to be transferred may be required.
  4. Undergraduate courses have been completed within 5 years for BSN, PTA Associates and RT programs.
  5. In determining transfer credits, the academic Program Director reserves the option of requiring the student to take an assessment examination and the student will be required to pay the testing fee.
  6. The appropriate Academic Program Director, Registrar, or Assistant must grant final approval for all transfer credit to Registrar.
  7. Students are expected to complete their program and elective courses at Clarkson College after their initial enrollment to the College. Exceptions to this policy may be considered under extenuating circumstances. Financial reasons will not be considered extenuating. Students will not be awarded credit for a course taken off campus after his/her initial enrollment to Clarkson College without approval in advance. Students are advised to consult with their academic advisor before initiating the petition process.