Whether transferring from a community college, other regionally accredited institution, or military career, Regent can help you maximize your transfer credits and enjoy a variety of benefits.
Complete your undergraduate degree at Regent by transferring your college credits. Our generous transfer policy allows you to transfer up to 90 credits toward your bachelor’s degree and 48 credits toward your associate degree.
If you are admitted to Regent with a qualifying regionally accredited A.A., A.S., or A.A.&S degree, you will have general education requirements waived except general education courses specified by your major, or those required as prerequisites for courses in your major.
For students with 15 or more transferable college credits.
Credit review – Once all transcripts are received, an official evaluation of credit will be completed. Any accepted credit will be applied to your academic history and degree works. Our team will notify you via email when the review is complete. Please allow one week for the evaluation process.
Please visit the International Students Admissions page for a detailed explanation of Regent University’s application information and to determine whether or not you qualify as an international student.
|ABHE||Association for Biblical Higher Education|
|ACE||American Council on Education|
|MSA||Middle States Association|
|NCA||North Central Association|
|NEASC||New England Association of Schools and Colleges|
|NWACS||Northwest Association of Colleges and Schools|
|NWCC||Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities|
|SACS||Southern Association of Colleges and Schools|
|TRACS||Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools|
|WASC||Western Association of Schools and Colleges|
Graduate transfer students: 800.373.5504
Apply graduate-level credits completed at another college or university toward your degree at Regent University through transfer credit or advanced standing.
Up to 25% of the degree can be transferred.
Up to 49% of the degree can be transferred.
Criteria Guiding the Acceptability of Credit