UDC Transfer Center
Transfer Credit Process
- Once you confirm your offer of admission, your transfer evaluation will be completed within 21 business days.
- The Office of the Registrar facilitates the transfer credit evaluation process:
- Courses from transfer institutions who have pre-established course equivalencies with UDC are automatically articulated, which allows appropriate courses and credits to be posted to the student’s transcript.
- Courses from transfer institutions who do not have pre-established course equivalencies with UDC (and/or new courses which do not already have pre-established equivalencies) are sent to the academic department for evaluation.
- Timeline: Factors such as the number of transcripts/records involved, the time of year, whether there are courses in progress, and how may courses will require departmental review will impact the length of the evaluation process.
- View your transfer credits in your myUDC student portal.
myUDC > Quick Launch > Degree Works
myUDC > Banner Self Service > Student > Student Records > Academic Transcript
- Meet with your academic advisor to review and discuss how your transfer credits may be applied to your degree program.
Some credits may not have transferred to UDC for reasons including:
- A final transcript with grades for the most recent semester has not been received. Please contact the Office of Admissions at email@example.com to confirm receipt of your final transcript.
- UDC has not received an official transcript. Please contact the Office of Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org to make sure all official transcripts have been received.
- UDC only accepts credits from regionally accredited institutions.
- Only courses with a grade of ‘C’ or better (2.0 on a 4.0 grade point average scale) are eligible for transfer credit.
- UDC does not accept vocational, developmental, independent study, internships/practicum, pass/fail, or other specialized courses that are specific to the institution from which the student has transferred.
- If a course has a co-requisite component (i.e., Natural science lecture and lab) in which the major component (i.e., Biology lecture) does not meet the grade requirement needed for transfer (‘C’ or higher), the corequisite (i.e. Biology lab) is not eligible for transfer even if the co-requisite course was completed with the grade requirement.
- Only credits that apply toward the major are transferred in. A maximum of 90 transfer credits can be applied towards a bachelor’s degree. A maximum of 45 transfer credits can be applied towards an associate’s degree.
- Your credits may still be in review by the academic department to determine UDC course equivalencies.
For additional information on UDC’s transfer credit policies, please review the University catalog. https://www.udc.edu/registrar/course-catalog/