Limited-Residency Undergraduate Degree
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You'll find everything you need to apply for your limited-residency undergraduate degree on this page. From admissions criteria to application forms, deadlines, and financial aid information, it's all here along with information to ease the way for international and transfer students. If you have questions, don't hesitate to contact us at 877-350-2100 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to providing you with our unique and top college degree!
- How to Apply
- Admissions and Financial Aid Calendar
- Computer Literacy
- Deferred Matriculation
- Transfer Credit
- International Students
Admission criteria include, but are not limited to
Required application items
Prescott College practices rolling admissions which means that you may apply at any time prior to the published last day to apply. However, there are recommended Priority Dates for all applicants. Applicants meeting these deadlines have the best chance of gaining admission and may be considered for merit scholarships.
|Spring 2016||Summer 2016|
|Priority Scholarship Deadline||November 15, 2015||April 15, 2016|
|Financial Aid/FAFSA (priority deadline)||October 15, 2015||April 15, 2016|
|New Student Orientation/On-campus Residency||January 8-9, 2016*||May 16-17, 2016*|
* New Student Orientation/On-campus Residency dates are tentative. Contact admissions to verify.
Students are expected to enter the College with a level of technology competency sufficient to function effectively in the program. Proficiency is defined as a comfort and knowledge of using email, navigating the Internet, and basic word processing skills. Students must be able to use message boards or computer conferencing tools to communicate with others, download and upload files, and attach files to email. Students are required to have full-time access to a computer that has a reliable Internet connection.
Students wishing to defer matriculation may do so by sending a written request to the Director of Admission. Matriculation will be postponed for up to a full academic year, subject to successful completion of any academic work undertaken during that time.
Regionally Accredited US Colleges or Universities
Prescott College will transfer in college-level credit from regionally accredited US colleges or universities for courses in which a grade of C or the equivalent was obtained. In some cases college-level credit from US colleges and universities that are not regionally accredited may be transferable via Prescott College's Conversion Portfolio Policy. Students desiring to transfer such credits should contact the Office of Admissions to determine the applicability of this policy to their educational background. Once enrolled, students work with their academic advisor to determine how their transfer credits will apply to their degree plan.
College-Level Examination Program (CLEP)
Prescott College accepts a full range of College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) tests, which measure mastery of college-level introductory course content in a wide range of disciplines. To receive credit for successful performance on a CLEP examination an official transcript must be scent by the CLEP Transcript Service. Prescott College will not accept a transcript or score report submitted by the student, nor will credit be awarded based on another institution's prior evaluation.
Military Transfer Credit
In accordance with Title 38, Code of Federal Regulations, all veterans utilizing GI Bill Education Benefits must submit for military transcripts while entering Prescott College.
Prescott College awards transfer credits for US military services training via the American Council on Education (ACE) endorsement transcripts: AART (Army ACE Registry Transcript), SMART (Sailors/Marines ACE Registry Transcript) and Air University. Prescott College also awards transfer credit for tests administered to military personnel by DANTES (Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support). AART and SMART transcripts and DANTES scores will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis with faculty input. Only those courses that pertain to a student's degree program will be awarded transfer credit.
International Transfer Credits
College-level credit from non-US institutions will be transferred according to current guidelines of the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Offices (AACRAO). Transcripts from other countries must be evaluated by an international credential evaluation service. They produce an "official report" which we use for evaluation. The student is responsible for all costs associated with this evaluation. The evaluation process can take several weeks to complete.
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