Transfer credits are evaluated individually and awarded for courses that are similar in content and depth to those offered at Regis. Every attempt is made to transfer the maximum number of credits earned prior to a student’s admission to the university. The number of courses that apply to a particular program determine the number of credits and courses that need to be taken at Regis. All conventional undergraduate students must enroll in 16 Regis courses or 54 Regis credits, the majority of which should be taken during the final two years of Regis enrollment.
Evaluation of coursework is based on the following factors:
- Credit must have been awarded at a regionally accredited institution
- A grade of C or better must be earned in each course considered for transfer
- Grades of P (pass) will only be accepted if there is documentation that the P is equivalent to a C or better
- Remedial courses or English as a Second Language courses will not be given credit toward graduation
- The university will not accept transfer courses completed more than seven years prior if such courses are central to the current knowledge and/or skills base of a program of study
- Students should refer to the Program Handbook for information on transfer credit policies specific to a particular professional degree program
- Students may appeal the transfer credit evaluation. The review of the appeal shall be based on course descriptions, outlines, objectives, learning outcomes and /or other relevant information
- Students must complete the minimum number of Regis College courses or credits (described above) to be awarded a bachelor’s degree
Regis participates in Articulation Agreements with several two-year colleges to help facilitate the process of transferring between the institutions.
You can also discuss transfer credits with Transfer Student Advising.