Transfer to Belmont...
Belmont College will accept credit earned at other institutions which are accredited
by regional accreditation agencies such as the North Central Association of College
and Schools. The courses must be comparable in regard to earned credit and
quality points to those taught at Belmont College.
Furthermore, in awarding credit to students transferring to Belmont College from
other institutions, the College is guided by the policies promoted by the Ohio Articulation
and Transfer Advisory Committee. In awarding credit to transfer students,
Belmont College uses standards identical to those for native students. In
this manner we ensure equality for native and transfer students.
Belmont College will accept transfer credit from other institutions in the categories
of Credit by Examination, Advanced Placement, U.S. Military, or other nontraditional
Official college transcripts must be submitted to the Records Office. Credits
will be assessed and approved at the discretion of the Program Chair of the academic
department related to the student‘s degree.
Start at Belmont and Continue to a Bachelor's Program...
Many students do the first two years of their bachelor's degree here then transfer
to a four-year-school to finish.
A typical choice is to get an
Associate of Arts or an
Associate of Science degree. these are all-purpose degrees designed
specifically to transfer and represent the general education requirements of most
Additionally, many of our career and technical degrees also transfer.
Transfer and articulation agreements establish direct higher education pathways
that lead students to complete an associate degree and then create opportunities
to obtain a bachelor’s degree. These arranged agreements allow each student to:
develop a completion plan from their first advising appointment, track successes
and benchmarks throughout their education at Belmont College, and provide a framework
for completion of a bachelor’s degree.
The Belmont Advantage:
- The Belmont Degree Completion Plan creates a tracking form to complete an associate
degree that creates a pathway to a bachelor’s degree.
- The curriculum prepares students for junior and senior level coursework at a university.
- The transfer agreement establishes a pathway to complete a bachelor’s degree without
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