The following information is for all students requesting evaluation of their transcripts for possible transfer credit:
Please scroll down to read Requirements for Official Transcripts and Transfer Requirements for specific programs for more information.
Please see transfer requirements for specific programs below for information pertaining to transfer credit for Vocational Nurse, Information Technology, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Physical Therapist Assistant and Hemodialysis Technician.
If you are currently serving or have served in the Armed Forces of the United States please read below for credits and procedures for military courses of study or training.
The following information applies to students in the Information Technology, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Physical Therapist Assistant and Hemodialysis Technician programs.
To request an evaluation of their previous coursework for possible transfer credit, students must provide the Registrar with an official transcript of record before the beginning of their program at Stanbridge College. The official transcript must be:
Transfer credit will be granted only for those courses:
In order to be eligible for a transfer credit evaluation, Vocational Nurse students must indicate all previous coursework taken at other institutions on Stanbridge College’s “Request for Transfer or Competency-based Credit” form. To request an evaluation of their previous coursework for possible transfer credit, students must provide the Registrar with an official transcript of record before the beginning of their program at Stanbridge College. The official transcript of record must be:
Vocational Nurse transfer credit will be granted only for those courses:
Students will not be required to take an examination to determine whether transfer credit will be granted, however, if transfer credit is granted, a student may be tested to determine whether specific deficiencies still exist that require remediation.
If a student chooses to decline credit for any course for which the student is eligible to receive transfer credit, the student will document the declination of credit on the “Declination of Equivalent Credit” form to be filed in the student’s record. The student must accept or decline transfer credit before commencing the program for which transfer credit was requested.
Competency-based credit will be granted on the basis of a written examination for theory courses and a demonstration of the mastery of clinical objectives and a written examination for clinical courses. Each student requesting credit for previous work experience will meet with the Director of Nursing, who will describe the specific tasks, work environment, and timeframes for the written examination for theory courses and the written examination and demonstration of mastery of clinical objectives for clinical courses. The amount of credit which is granted will be determined on a case-by-case basis and documented in the student's record. Prior to taking written examinations or demonstrating mastery of clinical objectives to determine whether competency-based credit can be granted, students will be charged a one-time, non-refundable fee of $50 for each written examination and a one-time, nonrefundable fee of $100 for each demonstration of the mastery of clinical objectives.
Official transcripts can be mailed directly from a school or delivered in person by the student and must be sent or given to the Registrar of Stanbridge College. To be considered official, a transcript must be received by the Registrar in an envelope with an unbroken seal, and the transcript must bear the official seal and/or signature of the Registrar of the school sending the transcript. For military veterans, the DD214 and accompanying documentation will serve as a transcript for the evaluation of a course of study or training in the Armed Forces. Under no circumstances will an unofficial transcript be accepted for evaluation of possible transfer credit.
Stanbridge College Online recognizes the heroic service and sacrifices that our nation's active and veteran military personnel and their families have made for our country. Transitioning from the military to civilian life and starting a career can be challenging. That is why Stanbridge College provides a simple and flexible path by which servicemen and women and their families can earn a degree and advance their career.
For all US military veterans and eligible students, Stanbridge College will: