Transfer credit policy
Subject to approval by the Registrar's Office, courses, but not grades, completed at other regionally-accredited institutions with a grade of 2.0 (C) or higher will be accepted for credit.
Transfer credit limits
From regionally-accredited 2 year colleges: 66 credits
From regionally-accredited 4 year colleges: 96 credits
To be considered for transfer credit, coursework must have been completed at an academic institution or program that was regionally accredited prior to the learner’s withdrawal from the institution.
Courses eligible for transfer will be evaluated using criteria such as the course credit total, department, title, level, and description of course content.
Credit awarded by other institutions through processes such as transfer, prior learning assessment (PLA) credit, or by examination will not be accepted for transfer credit at the University of Redlands.
Not all courses for which the University of Redlands may award transfer credit are offered by the University of Redlands, but may be allowed to transfer in as general elective credit to programs that offer elective or are found to meet outcomes of the general education requirements in the undergraduate programs offered at the University of Redlands.
Add anchor for College Credits earned in High school here.
International Transfer Credit for All Learners
International courses may be awarded transfer credit depending on the review by a University of Redlands approved third-party evaluator who will assess their equivalency to U.S. courses or degree programs. An official transcript must be submitted to complete the evaluation process.
For more information, please see the University Academic Standards section of the catalog. (this will be an anchor)
Credit for Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate
Please refer to the Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate policy for acceptance policies of the College of Arts and Sciences. Anchor catalog section here.
In an ongoing effort to support transfer students, the University of Redlands has established Articulation Agreements with 34 of our regional community colleges listed below. These agreements list the acceptable courses that will both transfer and fulfill specific Liberal Arts Foundation (LAF) general education requirements.
If we do not have an Articulation Agreement with your college, you may use any of these agreements as a general guideline for your course selection.
Do you want to take a general education (LAF) course at a community college, perhaps over summer? You do not need to submit a course approval form for a course on these agreements to transfer to the LAF category under which it is listed. It will transfer and fulfill the LAF, provided
Please contact the Registrar's Office before registering for a course if you are unsure as to whether it will transfer to Redlands or meet one of our LAF requirements.
Barstow Community College
College of the Desert
Copper Mountain College
Crafton Hills College
De Anza College
East Los Angeles College
Golden West College
Irvine Valley College
Los Angeles Harbor
Los Angeles Mission College
Los Angeles Pierce College
Moreno Valley College
Mt. San Antonio College
Mt. San Jacinto College
Norco Community College
Orange Coast College
Pasadena City College
Riverside City College
San Bernardino Valley College
San Diego City College
San Diego Mesa College
San Diego Miramar College
Santa Ana College
Santa Barbara City College
Santa Monica College
Santiago Canyon College
Victor Valley College
West Los Angeles College