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Transfer of Credit to Waldorf University

Credits from other accredited institutions of higher learning will be evaluated according to the nature and quality of work presented as judged by the Registrar. Students who have earned an Associate in Arts degree from an accredited community college will have their degree considered for meeting all core requirements with the exception of Religion 103 and an upper division religion course.

Up to 16 vocational-technical credits will be accepted if a student has completed the Associate in Arts Degree. Generally, liberal arts courses comparable to Waldorf University courses and successfully completed with grades of C- or better will be considered for transfer to be included toward graduation. Up to 8 vocational-technical credits will be accepted if a student has an AAS degree, an AS degree, an ASB degree, or no degree.

Students must have at least 32 Waldorf credit hours for an AA, and at least 40 Waldorf credit hours for a BA/BS degree, excluding internships and student teaching. Student teaching and at least one internship must be done through Waldorf. Grade points earned at other institutions are generally not included in computing the grade point average at Waldorf and are not used in computing academic honors.