At SNHU, we work with community college transfer students to make sure they get the most out of their hard-earned credits - because it's part of our mission to help you see yourself succeed.
When you transfer credit from community college to SNHU, you can expect:
As part of our goal to streamline your transfer process, SNHU partners with community colleges and specialized schools to create transfer pathways that help you make the most of your education.
Jefferson State Community College
Arizona Western College
Central Arizona College
Maricopa Community Colleges
Mohave Community College
Pima Community College
Chaffey Community College
City College of San Francisco
Imperial Valley College
Los Rios Community College District
Los Angeles Community College District
Mt. San Jacinto College
Santa Monica College
Aims Community College
Colorado Mountain College
Colorado Community College System
Hillsborough Community College
Indian River State College
Ultimate Medical Academy
Chattahoochee Technical College
Georgia Military College
Georgia Piedmont Technical College
Lanier Technical College
Hawaii Medical College
College of Western Idaho
Ivy Tech Community College
Kentucky Community & Technical College System
Delgado Community College
Southern Maine Community College
The Landing School
York County Community College
Allegany College of Maryland
Anne Arundel Community College
College of Southern Maryland
Harford Community College
Prince George's Community College
Wor-Wic Community College
Niagara College Canada
Massachusetts Community Colleges
National Aviation Academy
Montcalm Community College
Ross Medical Education Center
Truckee Meadows Community College
Great Bay Community College
Lakes Region Community College
Manchester Community College
Nashua Community College
NHTI - Concord's Community College
River Valley Community College
St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing
White Mountains Community College
Bergen Community College
Brookdale Community College
Ocean County College
Raritan Valley Community College
Mesalands Community College
Borough of Manhattan Community College
Long Island Business Institute
Asheville Buncombe Technical CC
Central Carolina Technical College
Craven Community College
Fayetteville Technical Community College
Haywood Community College
Marion Technical College
Sinclair Community College
Pennsylvania Commission for Community Colleges
South Hills School of Business and Technology
Community College of Rhode Island
Greenville Technical College
Chattanooga State Community College
Alamo College District
Central Texas College
The College of Health Care Professions
Dallas County Community College District
San Jacinto College District
Salt Lake Community College
Thomas Nelson Community College
Blue Ridge Community and Technical College
Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College
Western Wyoming Community College
Don't see your college listed above? Don't worry. We know you've worked hard to earn your credits - and we'll work hard help you keep them. Whether you want to finish your associate degree or enroll in a bachelor's program, SNHU is here to help make your community college transfer process seamless.
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Transferring from a community college to a new school with courses already completed can often be easier than applying to a school from scratch. That’s because you already have experience as a college student. You know how college works. You probably have a pretty good idea of what you need to move forward toward earning the degree of your dreams.
Students decide to transfer to a new school for many different reasons. Some decide on a career change and need to attend a school that has the unique degree they wish to earn. Or the cost of tuition is of concern. A lot of students come to Southern New Hampshire University after starting in a campus program because they realize a quality online degree suits them better.
We love to help students earn transfer credits toward becoming Penmen. Every student receives a free transcript evaluation at time of transfer. Our admission counselors and academic advisors are transfer specialists, and they can help you get the most out of every hard-earned credit you already earned at another school.
We have one of the most generous transfer policies of any school. You can transfer up to 45 credits toward an associate’s degree, and up to 90 credits toward a bachelor’s degree.
With more than 200 degree programs on campus and online, and one of the lowest tuition rates in the country, we’re ready to help every transfer student find their academic home.
Many general education requirements at community colleges are similar to the requirements at most colleges and universities. Students are often able to save a lot of money by transferring from a community college to the school where they wish to specialize.
The transfer process can be quite easy, especially when the school you’re transferring into partners with community colleges around the country. Our aim at Southern New Hampshire University is to make it as easy as possible to help every student succeed. That's why we have developed partnerships with many community colleges and have designed our curriculum to be as compatible as possible.
We pride ourselves on being one of the most transfer friendly-colleges around. With more than 200 degree programs, there is an option for any career path. Community college alums from partner schools also receive a 10% tuition discount when they enroll in our online programs.
Transferring couldn’t be easier when you apply your community college credits to a school that has taken care to establish a transfer-friendly environment. From an academic perspective, you'll already have some coursework under your belt. You’ll know what college professors are expecting from you and you’ll know how to manage the workload. To transfer credits from a community college means you’ll have the experience to help you succeed.
From an administrative standpoint, when you partner with a school like Southern New Hampshire University, you’ll be working with professional admission counselors and academic advisors who are trained in how to maximize every one of your hard-earned credits. We’ll accept up to 45 credits toward an associate degree and up to 90 credits for a bachelor’s degree.
One of the benefits of coming to a new school from a community college is that while many of your credits may transfer, your GPA will not. If your GPA was strong at your community college, don’t worry. The record of your academic excellence will stand on your transcript. If, though, you didn’t get started on as strong a foot as you would have liked, no worries there, either. You’ll be able to receive credit for most, if not all, of your completed courses while starting fresh with a clean academic slate.
Every student at Southern New Hampshire University receives a free transcript evaluation. Our admission counselors and academic advisors can help you try to receive the maximum transfer credits possible. SNHU transfer credits can be up to 45 credits toward an associate degree and up to 90 credits towards a bachelor’s degree. Generally, courses where you earned a C or higher can transfer, providing that the course description and outcomes are comparable to the courses offered at SNHU.
The best part? Every course at SNHU was designed with transfer students in mind. Our course designers ensured that every course outcome, especially for our general education courses, is in alignment with most community colleges. While we can’t guarantee that every course transfers over without conducting an audit of your transcript, rest assured that our curriculum was designed to be as transfer-friendly as it gets.
In a manner of speaking, yes. Your grades at your original institution stay on record with that school. Any time you request a transcript from that school, the grades and the GPA will still be there.
So, if you performed well and want to ensure that your strong performance stays on the record even after you transfer, you’re in luck. If, however, your GPA isn’t quite where you know it could be, don't worry. While your credits can transfer, your previous grades won't factor into your new GPA or show on your Southern New Hampshire University transcript. You essentially get the best of both worlds.
Chances are good that most or maybe even all credits earned at a community college will transfer to another accredited school.
With Southern New Hampshire University, we accept up to 45 credits toward an associate degree. We also accept up to 90 credits toward a bachelor’s degree. That’s more than half of a typical bachelor’s degree. We have designed our general education curriculum to be in alignment with most community college curricula. We took care to do this for the sole purpose of making a pathway to success for each and every student.
Not only can many community college credits transfer, but they can be applied to more than 200 degree programs. Every program is accredited and taught by professionals working in their respective fields. You'll not only receive a high-quality education, you’ll have the opportunity to learn from professionals in the field. You’ll be able to make important connections and build your network.
We have made the transfer process as easy as possible because we want to ensure that every student gets the most out of their hard-earned credits.
Most students have to complete a suite of general education courses at the beginning of any degree. Those courses may include writing, math, statistics and social science. Often, these general education credits transfer to a new program. This is especially true for course where you earned grades of C or higher.
At Southern New Hampshire University, we have designed our general education courses with community colleges in mind. We aimed to align our course outcomes with community colleges and other 4-year schools with intention. This means that students may transfer in as many of their hard-earned credits as possible when they’re ready to become Penmen.
Every student receives a free transcript evaluation from our admission team. Full consideration is given to transfer in as many credits as possible. SNHU transfer credits are designed to be generous and easy for every student. We accept up to 45 credits toward an associate degree. We also accept up to 90 credits – that’s 75% – toward a bachelor’s degree.
The answer all depends on your needs and your chosen path to achieving your goals and dreams. Community colleges can be a great choice. They allow you to attend school in your community, often at deeply discounted residential tuition rates. You could complete general education courses at your pace, often while working. When you’re ready, you can transfer many, if not all, of those credits toward an associate degree or a bachelor’s degree at another school.
Taking this path can save you precious money and time. This pathway also can allow you to start your college career prior to deciding on a major. Then, when you’re ready to specialize in a degree field, you can transfer to the school of your dreams. We’re hoping that school is Southern New Hampshire University.
At SNHU, we work hard to make the transfer process as seamless as possible. We offer a free transcript evaluation to every incoming student. We accept up to 45 credits toward an associate degree. For a bachelor’s degree, we’ll take up to 90 credits.
Every course is taught by a professional in their respective field. And best of all, we offer one of the lowest online tuition rates in the country. A community college alum can receive a 10% tuition scholarship in our online courses. If you decide to apply that scholarship to our campus program, you could save up to $15,000 over the course of your degree.
While there is no hard and fast rule, generally you can transfer to another school as soon as you have one term of completed coursework on your transcript.
We encourage you to call us as soon as possible. We’ll conduct a free transcript review to provide you with the list of courses we’ll be able to apply to your degree at Southern New Hampshire University.
As part of that review, we may be able to identify work or life experiences that may count toward college credit as well.
Because we partner with community colleges around the country, we have many established curriculum pathways to make the transfer process as seamless as possible. We're ready to help you succeed in earning the degree of your dreams.