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Virginia Wesleyan College welcomes applications from qualified students interested in transferring. If you already have some college credits, there is an opportunity to transfer them to a program at Virginia Wesleyan College. The College generally accepts non-vocational credit of "C" (or "2.0") or better from regionally accredited colleges (a maximum of 64 semester hours from a two-year institution).
We also accept DANTES (Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Educational Support) credit and use the A.C.E. (American Council on Education) guide to evaluate military-sponsored instruction.
Please find below some helpful guidelines regarding transfer of credit:
For further information about the academic policies, transfer of credit and major requirements at the College, please consult the Catalog published each year by the Registrar and Dean of the College.
This publication serves as a general guide to community college students in Virginia. As courses change from time to time, it is the student's responsibility to inquire as to the transferability of courses listed and not listed in this guide. While we have made every effort to ensure that this guide is complete and accurate, errors in printing can and do occur. Incorrect additions and/or deletions will not take the place of actual course requirements.
» For more information see, VCCS Transfer Guide
Your learning experiences outside of the classroom are valuable, and the sum of these experiences may equal college credit. If so, you could benefit from the College Level Examination Program (CLEP).
CLEP is a national standardized test in general or specific subjects. It is available to Adult Studies students who have completed less than 90 semester hours of college coursework.