Our courses conform to high academic standards and are acceptable to a large number of colleges. Some institutions that accept our credits include Touro University Worldwide (Touro online), CUNY, YU, NYU, Rutgers, Princeton, and University of Maryland.
The transferability of all college credits, however, is solely at the discretion of the receiving institution. Woodmont can’t guarantee that you’ll be able to transfer your credits, and it’s each student’s responsibility to confirm whether or not your credits will be accepted by the institution of your choice.
We’re pleased to provide a generous credit-transfer policy. Up to 75% of another program’s credits can be transferred to Woodmont College.
Woodmont College accepts credits that meet the school’s standards. Classes offered by accredited institutions, some Israeli yeshivos and seminaries, and some advanced high school courses might offer credits. Schools that signed an articulation agreement with Woodmont College may offer Woodmont College credits for some of their courses.
You can transfer credits earned from other postsecondary institutions, but only after they’re confirmed and validated by our academic department and deemed appropriate for our program.
You can also earn credits after passing college-approved challenge examinations or standardized tests in specific subjects. You can potentially transfer up to 30 credits earned through AP, CLEP, DANTES, StraighterLine, and TAL examinations, among others. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any specific questions you might have.
Both need-based and merit-based scholarships are available for eligible students. You can read a description of our financial assistance programs here
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Yes, you can enroll in individual courses by following the standard application process.
Yes, depending on the courses. Woodmont College provides courses in three formats: AfL (Assessment for Learning) and Direct Assessment, which can be started at any time and completed within 12 weeks, and semester-based. Most Judaic Studies and General Education courses are self-paced and can be started at any time. Computer courses are mainly semester-based. Semester-based courses run in the Spring, Summer, and Fall. Spring and Fall semesters run for 15 weeks, and Summer semester runs for approximately 8 weeks. Click here
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All Woodmont coursework can be done at your convenience. Keep in mind that you do need to keep up with the weekly schedule of classes and assignments and meet weekly deadlines.
Important exams are proctored via an online proctoring service, and under strict testing conditions.
Once you complete the application process and are informed that you’re accepted to Woodmont College, you’ll receive an email from our registrar, Elisheva Steinhart, who will guide you through the course-selection process. You’ll need to select your courses online and will be enrolled once payment is finalized.