Transferring to Prescott College
Resident and Limited-Residency Undergraduate Degrees
Students seeking to transfer to the Resident Undergraduate Degree Bachelor of Arts must complete four terms of full-time enrollment as a minimum residency requirement and students seeking to transfer to the Limited-Residency (distance) Bachelor of Arts Degree must complete a minimum of 10 upper division courses (a minimum of 8 upper division courses completed in the major taken through Prescott College).
All students, regardless of the delivery format, must complete a minimum of 120 semester credits before becoming eligible to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Prescott College. Up to 80-88 semester credits are accepted in transfer. Only courses that are numbered 100 level and above and completed with a C grade or higher will be accepted in transfer.
Transfer students who have successfully completed two full years of college study (80-88 transferable semester credits or 60 transferable semester credits with grades of C or better) are not required to submit high school transcripts. All other requirements apply. Transfer students must be enrolled as full-time students at Prescott College for at least one year before they can receive a Prescott College degree.
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 sent 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.
Prescott College has transfer agreements with the following institutions:
Unofficial transcript evaluations are always free at Prescott College. Contact an admissions professional today to plan your seamless transfer to Prescott College.