Holy Family Universityhttp://www.holyfamily.edu
Saint Vincent Collegehttp://www.stvincent.edu
Pennsylvania Highlands Community Collegehttp://www.pennhighlands.edu
Cedar Crest Collegehttp://www.cedarcrest.edu
Butler County Community Collegehttp://www.bc3.edu
Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvaniahttp://www.sru.edu
Millersville University of Pennsylvaniahttp://www.millersville.edu
University of Pittsburgh-Bradfordhttp://www.upb.pitt.edu/
Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvaniahttp://www.bloomu.edu
Indiana University of Pennsylvania-Main Campushttp://www.iup.edu
Mansfield University of Pennsylvaniahttp://www.mansfield.edu
East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvaniahttp://www4.esu.edu/
Shippensburg University of Pennsylvaniahttp://www.ship.edu/
California University of Pennsylvaniahttp://www.calu.edu
Clarion University of Pennsylvaniahttp://www.clarion.edu
How to Transfer College Credits in Pennsylvania
College students in Pennsylvania often find that it’s easy to transfer college credits. Pennsylvania offers a 30 credit transfer framework, as well as a statewide program to program articulation agreement that facilitates the transfer of associate’s degrees. Plus, with the Pennsylvania Transfer and Articulation Center, it’s simple for students to identify degrees and courses that will transfer within the state.
Pennsylvania’s Transfer Credit Framework has a menu of 49 different courses in general education. Students can select up to 30 credits from this framework, and then transfer them toward degree requirements for Pennsylvania’s more than 30 participating colleges and universities. This framework allows students to earn the equivalent of a full year of study that will transfer to almost any other program in Pennsylvania.
The Statewide Program to Program Articulation makes it possible for students to seamlessly transfer associate’s degrees to bachelor’s degrees. These programs offer direct pathways into majors at four year colleges and universities. Students can use the statewide program to program database to find out which associate’s degrees will lead to bachelor’s degrees in a particular study area. Students who are accepted into a bachelor’s degree program with this pathway will have a junior standing and at least 60 credits applied toward graduation.
Students can search for individual course equivalencies on the Pennsylvania Transfer and Articulation Center website. There, you’ll find courses that transfer to and from colleges and universities in PA TRAC.