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At Marist, we value what our transfer students contribute to our vibrant student community. We know you've worked hard and we respect that, which is why we accept up to 90% of transfer credits. Our Transfer Credit Roadmap will estimate how many of your credits from other institutions will transfer to your desired degree program at Marist, track your transfer steps and deadlines, and find resources to ease your college transition.

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Transferring Credits from Other Institutions

Students can use our  to check course-to-course equivalencies as determined by 91约炮. This database is for informational purposes only. Please note this is an unofficial resource and we encourage you to reach out to our office at admission@marist.edu should you have further questions or concerns.

Dutchess Community College Transfer Credit Agreements

Marist has partnered with Dutchess Community College to help ease the transition for students with associate degrees to a bachelor-degree program. We have Transfer Credit Agreements for the following programs:

  • Associate鈥檚 in Business, which will directly transfer to Marist鈥檚 Business Administration degree
  • Associate's in Human Services, which will directly transfer to Marist鈥檚 Social Work degree
  • Associate's in Visual Arts, which will directly transfer to Marist鈥檚 Digital Media degree

Please note this information is evaluated by the Admission Office and final approval for use of these credits in your degree program is determined by the Registrar鈥檚 Office.

View the Transfer Credit Agreements:

 

 

 

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Bergen Community College Transfer Credit Agreements

Bergen Community College Transfer Credit Agreements Marist has partnered with Bergen Community College to help ease the transition for students with associate degrees to a bachelor-degree program. We have a Transfer Credit Agreements for the following program:

  • Associate鈥檚 of Arts in Liberal Arts, which will directly transfer to Marist鈥檚 Communication degree

Please note this information is evaluated by the Admission Office and final approval for use of these credits in your degree program is determined by the Registrar鈥檚 Office.

View the Transfer Credit Agreements:

Transfer On-Campus Visit Opportunities

Transfer Information Session & Tour

Considering changing colleges? Attending a transfer information session and tour is the best way to experience life on the Marist campus and learn about all the opportunities available to you here as a transfer student.

 

Transfer Instant Decision Days

If you are considering transferring colleges, this exclusive opportunity will allow you to meet one-on-one with a Marist transfer admission representative and receive an admission decision on the spot!

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91约炮 offers Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) scholarships to transfer students who are members of the official honor society at their local community college in the annual award amount of $5,000. If you are admitted to the College, you will need to show proof of your membership from your Chapter Advisor in order to receive the scholarship. All PTK scholarship recipients are required to maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.85 (B-) as full-time students (12 or more credits per semester) to remain eligible for award renewal each semester. *Effective Spring 2023

Professional Studies Transfer Credit Agreements

View the Transfer Credit Agreements for Professional Studies (degree-completion program for adult undergraduate students, 22 years of age and older):

 

  • Official transfer credit evaluations are completed for all accepted students who submit official college transcripts for review.  Accepted students will receive an official transfer evaluation for the program to which they apply. The evaluation will be emailed to the student after it is completed, typically 7-10 business days after a student is accepted.
  • Marist will evaluate transfer credits for prospective students planning to take courses at another college before enrolling at Marist. If you are interested in a tentative credit evaluation, please use the .
  • The evaluation will specify how many credits are transferable towards the baccalaureate degree at Marist, how many credits may be accepted but not applied towards the baccalaureate degree, and the remaining courses necessary to fulfill Marist degree requirements.
  • Any questions pertaining to the evaluation should be directed to the Office of Undergraduate Admission.

Transfer credit is evaluated using the following guidelines:

  1. The courses must be taken at an accredited college or university.
  2. Marist will review the course level and material to determine if it is viable for transfer. The course(s) must be similar in scope and content to courses offered at Marist.
  3. Only courses in which a C or better has been obtained may be transferred to meet major, related fields, and Core requirements. Credit for C- grades may be awarded on the elective credit category only.
  4. Marist will accept P grades for transferable credit for P grades earned during the student's spring 2020 semester. 
  5. Transfer courses applicable to a student's academic program will be accepted from accredited colleges and universities that meet 91约炮's transferability standards. (Check with the Office of the Registrar for a complete list of acceptable accrediting agencies.)
  6. The awarding of a baccalaureate degree is dependent on meeting the specific requirements for that degree. Consequently, it may be possible, under exceptional circumstances, for a student to have completed 120 or more credits and not be eligible to be awarded a degree.
  7. Grades for courses taken at other institutions are not included in the computation of the student's grade-point average at Marist.

Transfers from two-year colleges must complete at least 50 credits hours at Marist. Transfers from four-year colleges must complete a minimum of 30 credit hours at Marist. Up to 70 credits may be accepted from a community college or accredited two-year institution, although fulfilling requirements toward a student's degree is dependent on meeting all specific program requirements for that degree. All transfer students must complete a minimum of 12 hours of upper-level credits in the major field. Transfer students may only have a maximum of 6 transfer credits applied toward the completion of a minor, stand-alone concentration, or certificate.  (In cases of math or science minors transfer of up to 8 credits may be applied if the transfer course is approved 4-credit courses).

Bergen Community College Transfer Credit Agreements

Marist has partnered with Bergen Community College to help ease the transition for students with associate degrees to a bachelor-degree program. We have a Transfer Credit Agreements for the following program:

  • Associate鈥檚 of Arts in Liberal Arts, which will directly transfer to Marist鈥檚 Communication degree

Please note this information is evaluated by the Admission Office and final approval for use of these credits in your degree program is determined by the Registrar鈥檚 Office.

View the Transfer Credit Agreements:

 

 

Transferring Credits from Other Institutions

Students can use our  to check course-to-course equivalencies as determined by 91约炮. This database is for informational purposes only. Please note this is an unofficial resource and we encourage you to reach out to our office at admission@marist.edu should you have further questions or concerns.

Transferring College Credits to Marist

How will my credits transfer?

  • Official transfer credit evaluations are completed for all accepted students who submit official college transcripts for review.  Accepted students will receive an official transfer evaluation for the program to which they apply. The evaluation will be emailed to the student after it is completed, typically 7-10 business days after a student is accepted.
  • Marist will evaluate transfer credits for prospective students planning to take courses at another college before enrolling at Marist. If you are interested in a tentative credit evaluation, please use the .
  • The evaluation will specify how many credits are transferable towards the baccalaureate degree at Marist, how many credits may be accepted but not applied towards the baccalaureate degree, and the remaining courses necessary to fulfill Marist degree requirements.
  • Any questions pertaining to the evaluation should be directed to the Office of Undergraduate Admission.

Transfer credit is evaluated using the following guidelines:

  1. The courses must be taken at an accredited college or university.
  2. Marist will review the course level and material to determine if it is viable for transfer. The course(s) must be similar in scope and content to courses offered at Marist.
  3. Only courses in which a C or better has been obtained may be transferred to meet major, related fields, and Core requirements. Credit for C- grades may be awarded on the elective credit category only.
  4. Marist will accept P grades for transferable credit for P grades earned during the student's spring 2020 semester. 
  5. Transfer courses applicable to a student's academic program will be accepted from accredited colleges and universities that meet 91约炮's transferability standards. (Check with the Office of the Registrar for a complete list of acceptable accrediting agencies.)
  6. The awarding of a baccalaureate degree is dependent on meeting the specific requirements for that degree. Consequently, it may be possible, under exceptional circumstances, for a student to have completed 120 or more credits and not be eligible to be awarded a degree.
  7. Grades for courses taken at other institutions are not included in the computation of the student's grade-point average at Marist.

Transfers from two-year colleges must complete at least 50 credits hours at Marist. Transfers from four-year colleges must complete a minimum of 30 credit hours at Marist. Up to 70 credits may be accepted from a community college or accredited two-year institution, although fulfilling requirements toward a student's degree is dependent on meeting all specific program requirements for that degree. All transfer students must complete a minimum of 12 hours of upper-level credits in the major field. Transfer students may only have a maximum of 6 transfer credits applied toward the completion of a minor, stand-alone concentration, or certificate.  (In cases of math or science minors transfer of up to 8 credits may be applied if the transfer course is approved 4-credit courses).

  • Official transfer credit evaluations are completed for all accepted students who submit official college transcripts for review.  Accepted students will receive an official transfer evaluation for the program to which they apply. The evaluation will be emailed to the student after it is completed, typically 7-10 business days after a student is accepted.
  • Marist will evaluate transfer credits for prospective students planning to take courses at another college before enrolling at Marist. If you are interested in a tentative credit evaluation, please use the .
  • The evaluation will specify how many credits are transferable towards the baccalaureate degree at Marist, how many credits may be accepted but not applied towards the baccalaureate degree, and the remaining courses necessary to fulfill Marist degree requirements.
  • Any questions pertaining to the evaluation should be directed to the Office of Undergraduate Admission.

Transfer credit is evaluated using the following guidelines:

  1. The courses must be taken at an accredited college or university.
  2. Marist will review the course level and material to determine if it is viable for transfer. The course(s) must be similar in scope and content to courses offered at Marist.
  3. Only courses in which a C or better has been obtained may be transferred to meet major, related fields, and Core requirements. Credit for C- grades may be awarded on the elective credit category only.
  4. Marist will accept P grades for transferable credit for P grades earned during the student's spring 2020 semester. 
  5. Transfer courses applicable to a student's academic program will be accepted from accredited colleges and universities that meet 91约炮's transferability standards. (Check with the Office of the Registrar for a complete list of acceptable accrediting agencies.)
  6. The awarding of a baccalaureate degree is dependent on meeting the specific requirements for that degree. Consequently, it may be possible, under exceptional circumstances, for a student to have completed 120 or more credits and not be eligible to be awarded a degree.
  7. Grades for courses taken at other institutions are not included in the computation of the student's grade-point average at Marist.

 

 

Transfers from two-year colleges must complete at least 50 credits hours at Marist. Transfers from four-year colleges must complete a minimum of 30 credit hours at Marist. Up to 70 credits may be accepted from a community college or accredited two-year institution, although fulfilling requirements toward a student's degree is dependent on meeting all specific program requirements for that degree. All transfer students must complete a minimum of 12 hours of upper-level credits in the major field. Transfer students may only have a maximum of 6 transfer credits applied toward the completion of a minor, stand-alone concentration, or certificate.  (In cases of math or science minors transfer of up to 8 credits may be applied if the transfer course is approved 4-credit courses).