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Which Universities Accept the Most Transfer Credits?

dannyasingh19dannyasingh19 Registered User Posts: 9 New Member
edited January 2013 in Transfer Students
Which non-profit universities besides Charter Oak, Excelsior, and Thomas Edison accept the most transfer credits from another regionally accredited college? If possible, I want most of my credits to get transferred.

Thank you.
Post edited by dannyasingh19 on

Replies to: Which Universities Accept the Most Transfer Credits?

  • sotelosotelo Registered User Posts: 60 Junior Member
    UCONN is one of them.

    Transfer Credit Guidelines | Undergraduate Admissions

    A maximum of 90 credits may be applied toward the baccalaureate in all Schools and Colleges except Nursing, Pharmacy and Engineering, where 97, 107 and, depending on major, 96-109 credits respectively may be transferred. To graduate from the University, a student must ordinarily complete at least 30 credits in residence and meet all general education, major, and departmental requirements.
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