Prior to being admitted to the University, incoming transfer students may consult with the University’s Advising Office via their transfer counselor to obtain unofficial evaluation of transfer credits.
Once admitted to the University, all incoming transfers will have an official transfer credit evaluation, and will be completed within three weeks of acceptance.
Generally, credit will be given for courses in which the student has earned a “C” or better. Courses taken for pass/fail or satisfactory/unsatisfactory grades may only be transferred if it can be verified that a pass or satisfactory grade is equivalent to a C or higher. Transfer students admitted to Carlow University with earned college credits must meet the University’s residency requirement, which is a minimum of 32 credits successfully completed at Carlow University. These 32 credits are over and above any credit earned through the CLEP examination, Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB) examinations and challenge procedures. More information can be obtained from your transfer counselor. >> Inquire Today
Transfer of Credits
Carlow University accepts transfer credits from accredited programs and colleges. The University will make every attempt to utilize the academic credits earned by its students and decisions are based on course equivalencies, including expected learning outcomes, with those of University curriculum and standards.
Disclaimer: There are core, support and major requirements to be met. Those will be discussed with a student's advisor after application to the University.