SSM 401–01: Transfer Credit Evaluation
To establish criteria for evaluating transfer credit
Arizona Revised Statutes - 15–1626
Arizona Board of Regents Policy Manual - 2-102
Undergraduate Admissions Office
Current ASU General Catalog
Credit will be awarded for traditional course work successfully completed at regionally accredited institutions of higher learning as approved by ASU and the Arizona Board of Regents. Whether the specific semester hours of credit may be applied toward a degree depends on the requirements of the department, division, or college in which the student is enrolled.
There are several qualifications:
Certain types of credit cannot be transferred to ASU, including:
Honorably discharged veterans who served in the Armed Forces of the United States for a minimum of two years are given the following exception to the above transfer credit policy. In determining admissibility to the university, the Undergraduate Admissions Office may not consider any failing grades received at an Arizona university or college before military service. Military service records must be submitted, including form DD 214.
With the exception of special programs, a maximum of 64 semester hours of credit will be accepted as lower-division credit when transferred from a regionally accredited community, junior, or two-year college.
For related information, see: