Planning Your Pathway To Shenandoah!
Transfer students can plan their pathway to Shenandoah by using a number of tools we have developed specifically to help navigate the process of transferring to Shenandoah. By choosing courses and knowing how they will transfer to different academic programs at Shenandoah, transfer students can feel confident in their choices and academic pathway.
Shenandoah University has set course equivalencies with all of the schools in the Virginia Community College System (VCCS) and is continually adding equivalencies for partner institutions. 请浏览 TES: Transfer Evaluation System to see how your courses transfer to Shenandoah University. Applicants can also visit our transfer equivalency chart with Portage Learning to review courses we accept. All Portage courses are online and self-paced.
The Following Types Of Credit Transfer To Shenandoah University
- Courses in which a grade of C- or higher has been achieved*
- Non-Collegiate sponsored instruction, such as armed services and testing service examinations recognized through the American Council on Education (ACE)
- Overseas credits that have been officially reviewed by an academic credentialing service such as World Education Services (WES), 何丙郁先生Silney & 同事等.
- Credit by Examination to include AP, IB Higher-Level, and CLEP
Shenandoah University participates in the Advanced Placement program (AP), the International Baccalaureate Examination program (IB) for higher-level course, and the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP). Students who have been officially admitted to Shenandoah must submit official copies of test results in order to receive credit.
To review the minimum passing scores and credit eligibility for individual tests, refer to the Undergraduate Catalog
*Please note that not all transferable credit will apply towards 一个学位.
*Transfer institution must be fully accredited by one of the six regional accrediting agencies. Credits taken at a non-accredited institution must undergo an appeal process to transfer. The student must provide documentation demonstrating equivalency to include a syllabus and professor credentials for each course undergoing appeal.
Transfer Advising Sheets
Section under construction – check back in Fall 2023 for updated advising sheets.