Transferring made simple

Springfield College provides each accepted student with a transfer credit evaluation that includes how credits were received as well as which credits are needed to complete a bachelor’s degree.

Generally, courses taken at regionally accredited institutions that are 100-level or higher in which students earned a grade of C- or better will transfer to Springfield College as well as credits earned on joint service transcripts. Credits are eligible to transfer into the core curriculum and to fulfill major and elective requirements.  

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Springfield College is a transfer-friendly institution and is committed to ensuring that students progress toward their degree in a timely fashion.  As a result, we will accept Pass, Credit, and Satisfactory grades for the semesters disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. For majors requiring a specific letter grade or GPA requirement, courses will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis for direct equivalency of major requirements.  If the direct equivalency to a major requirement can not be established, students will be awarded elective credit.

Credits that meet the following criteria will be reviewed for transfer equivalency.

  • The credits are less than 10 years old (seven years for sciences).
  • You earned a grade of C- or better in the course.
  • We offer a similar course at Springfield College.
  • The course was a 100 level course or higher (developmental courses are not eligible)..
  • The course was earned at a regionally accredited institution.

For students enrolled at our area community colleges, our general education course equivalency guides provide a clear sense of courses that will transfer to satisfy general education requirements at Springfield College.

View the transfer equivalency guides Undergraduate Transfer Policy

Springfield College requirements that can be met with transfer credit include general education requirements, major requirements, and elective requirements.