The campus Transfer Coordinator determines how coursework from post-secondary institutions will be applied toward major and Liberal Arts course requirements at Bryant & Stratton College. Any course that comes from a regionally accredited institution will be considered for transfer credit into Bryant & Stratton College. Post-secondary institutions that are not regionally accredited will be reviewed on a case by case basis.
When students provide their transcript, they will receive a preliminary transfer credit evaluation. This will be used to identify first semester courses. The official transcript will be required to complete the final evaluation of transfer credits and award credits. This includes military transcripts and related documentation.
Students are advised to submit official transcripts along with other admissions materials as they progress through the admissions process at Bryant & Stratton College. Students may earn no more than 75% (70% in Virginia) of credits required for a specific degree program through the transfer of high school course content and concurrent enrollment, proficiency evaluation, college transfer credits, AP credits, and/or credits awarded by the American Council on Education (ACE), unless the student is registered as part of a SOC agreement.
Bryant & Stratton College has partnered with peer institutions to develop Articulation Agreements. Courses included in the following articulation agreement list will be accepted at Bryant & Stratton College .
Instructions to request your Bryant & Stratton College transcript can be found at this link transcripts.