At Woodmont College, our goal is to help our students succeed and complete their degrees in the most efficient way. A student can transfer up to 65% of the required credits for an undergraduate degree at Woodmont College. Students may transfer credits from other institutions or via proficiency examinations. Transfer credit can be used to satisfy either a major or general education requirement or elective.
Students can transfer up to 65% of the degree to Woodmont College.
General Education transfer credit policy:
For approved transfer credit to be awarded, students must submit an official transcript that indicates all of the following information for each course:
To maintain the academic integrity of the degree, Woodmont College may request course descriptions and syllabi from the student in order to verify that the requested transfer credit is appropriate for transfer. If not included in the transcript, Woodmont College also may ask for the credit hour calculation.
Students transferring credits from a US based educational institution must submit a transcript originating from an institution accredited by an association recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Judaic Studies courses may be transferred from faith-based institutions such as Yeshivot and seminaries (see Faith-based Program Credit Transfer).
Woodmont College students often transfer college credit from other institutions of higher education or from institutions whose courses have been recognized by a college credit recommendation service. Articulation agreements lay out a transfer plan between Woodmont College and the other institutions. They help students by ensuring all completed classes (credits) taken at other institutions transfer smoothly into Woodmont College’s degree requirements and show a clear pathway for continued advancement. Woodmont College has articulation agreements with the most common institutions found on student transcripts. The articulation agreements include a clear table identifying which courses will transfer and which requirement each course will fulfill. Students can review the articulation agreement and choose courses with confidence that credit will transfer.
Why do articulation agreements matter?
Articulation agreements streamline the transfer process for everyone involved. This helps to alleviate the stress surrounding the application process, the credit transfer process, and several other issues students might encounter when applying to a baccalaureate program.
Institutions included in Woodmont College’s Articulation Agreement listing:
Articulation Agreement disclaimer:Any proficiency exam credits transferring from these educational sources will be limited to 25% of the degree. Students must submit official documentation from the credit source that states the modality of the coursework earned through these credit-recommended experiences.
To transfer credit, students should:
The transferability of Woodmont College credits is solely at the discretion of the receiving institution. It is each student’s responsibility to confirm whether credits will be accepted by another institution.