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The following information is a guide for prospective students and is not intended to be used by those who have already matriculated. If you are a current La Salle student please refer to the University catalog for rules regarding the transfer of college credit.
Transfer Credit Policy
La Salle University will review courses for transfer credit taken at other regionally accredited institutions where a grade of C or better was earned. The maximum amount of transfer credits awarded cannot exceed 70. Official college transcripts must be submitted in order for credits to be evaluated.
View Course Equivalencies
Check here to see if your course has been evaluated for transferability. If your specific school or course is not listed, please contact us at email@example.com to request an unofficial evaluation of your credits. Please note that this list is subject to change and is not a guarantee of transfer credit.
For High School students who took college courses at their high school, please remember that you will also need to submit your course syllabus to determine transferability. The courses listed in this equivalency manager, TES, were evaluated as courses taken at the individual colleges or community colleges, not at the high school. Their transferability will be determined once all syllabi are received.
Transferring Dual Enrollment Credit (A 3 year Pilot Program Beginning in Fall 2017):
Students who took courses in high school through a dual enrollment program (classes taught on high school campus and taken with other high school students through a participating college), must submit the following in order for their credits to be reviewed:
La Salle University reserves the right to deny transfer credit for coursework that does not have an appropriate equivalent or satisfy La Salle’s curriculum.
Click here for the form which must be used when transferring, to La Salle University, college-level courses taken while student is in high school.