One of the most common questions is “Will my credits transfer?”
Wright State University accepts credits from colleges and universities that are regionally accredited. Regional accrediting agencies are Higher Learning Commission, Middle States, New England, Northwest, Southern, and Western Associations of Colleges and Schools, and the American Council on Education for military credits. Visit the Council of Higher Education to find out if your credits are from a regionally accredited institution.
But there is an important distinction between transferability and applicability of transfer credits.
Transferability means that the credit hours earned from another school will be added to your Wright State transcript. Beginning Fall 2005, a grade of D or higher earned at any regionally accredited institution will transfer, as long as the course is a college level course. Developmental courses will not transfer into Wright State.
Applicability means the transfer credits posted to your Wright State transcript fulfill requirements toward your degree. The applicability of credit is dependent upon previously established course equivalencies, statewide policies, and evaluations by academic advisors or faculty. Credits from a regionally accredited college or university may be transferable, but they may not be applicable to your degree requirements at Wright State.
How will my credits transfer?
A free online tool that can help you determine the transferability and applicability of your credits.
You can use several of the resources, including:
- Viewing program/major requirements
- Creating a program plan that shows equivalencies
Creating a plan is easy! If you create a free account you can do all of the above and:
- Enter and store the classes you have completed
- Run a program plan to see how your classes will apply toward your degree
*Please note: If your school is not listed this does not mean your credits are non-transferable. Contact us with questions!