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Transfer Credit for Matriculating Students

Posted By Saint Louis University, Friday, April 6, 2018

Do any of your institutions disallow matriculating students to transfer in credits?

For example, a sophomore-level student takes an English course at the community college during the summer – can that student transfer that course into your institution to count as an English requirement?

Please respond here or email me at Thank you in advance.

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Allyson Morris says...
Posted Friday, April 6, 2018
Santa Clara University (California) has a strict policy about matriculating students transferring credits into the University. Our policy states:

After enrolling at Santa Clara University, students can receive credit for coursework completed at other colleges and universities for no more than 10 quarter units of free electives, subject to the limitation that no more than half of the total quarter units required for a Santa Clara degree can be earned at another institution. Transfer credit earned after initial enrollment at Santa Clara may not be used to fulfill Undergraduate Core Curriculum, college or school, department, or program requirements.
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