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Transferring Your Credit

Thomas Edison State University has one of the most flexible transfer credit policies in the country.

Get a full evaluation of your credits when you apply.

Learn more about transferring credit at Thomas Edison State University.

Non-Collegiate Providers

  • Thomas Edison State University generally accepts the credit recommendations of ACE and NCCRS, however the University reserves the right to determine which recommendations will be accepted.
    • The University will accept a maximum of 90 undergraduate credits for a baccalaureate degree and 45 semester hours for an associate’s degree from non-collegiate providers regardless of the source of the credit. See FAQs

What Courses Will Transfer To Thomas Edison State University?

NOTE: Thomas Edison State University accepts transfer credits from all regionally accredited colleges and universities in the United States. This tool is constantly being updated to include additional regionally accredited institutions. If you are unable to find an institution that you have previously attended on this list, and want to verify that we take credit from them in transfer, please contact us today.

Please note that the equivalencies indicated in this transfer tool are for reference only and may be subject to change during the completion of your official Academic Evaluation at Thomas Edison State University.

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