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Students may seek to transfer credit to The Catholic University of America from other academic institutions for a number of reasons. You may wish to complete your undergraduate degree at CUA after beginning at a community college or at another four-year institution. You may be a current CUA student interested in earning credit for a summer course, or you may be in the process of selecting courses for a semester abroad.

Whatever your situation, this page contains resources to guide you through the process of receiving credit for courses taken outside of CUA. All transfer courses must be evaluated for equivalency before credit is given. Credit may be denied for courses that do not meet the appropriate criteria. For more information about these criteria, explore the links below, review CUA's University Academic Transfer of Credit Policy, and read the FAQ.

Please review all of the resources available on this site before contacting the Transfer Credit Coordinator with questions. 

 

Transfer Process Overview

Read a general overview of the transfer process for incoming transfer students, off-campus courses, high school courses, and study abroad courses.

Incoming Transfer Students

Find out what to expect during the transfer process, and get connected to advising and other campus resources.

Prospective Students

Information for prospective students.

Off-Campus Classes

Want to take a summer course? Learn how to submit your course for evaluation.

High School College Courses

 Did you take a college course while in high school? Learn how to submit your course for evaluation?

AP and IB Credit

AP and IB credit information 

Study Abroad

Complete all of the necessary forms to receive credit for your study abroad courses.

Policies

Read policies relevant to transfer of credit to make sure that your courses meet all of the necessary criteria.

Forms

Download and print the forms you need to complete your transfer of credit.

FAQ

 Questions? See if we've already answered them on our FAQ page.

 

Appeals

How to appeal a course equivalency evaluation.

 

Course Equivalent Lists for US Institutions

See a list of course eqivalents by state 

 

CUAbroad Course Equivalent Lists

See a list of course eqivalents by state 

  

Resources For Faculty and Staff

Go here to review the Course Evaluation System and Credit Posting Manuals