Marian University generally accepts course credits earned at regionally or nationally accredited institutions or candidates for accreditation, if the undergraduate grades are C- or above. A maximum of 90 credits may be transferred into Marian University for undergraduate programs. Courses are evaluated on the basis of equivalent course offerings at Marian University and, if accepted, may be counted toward meeting graduation and degree requirements. College Deans, department chairs, program directors, or faculty shall determine those courses that meet major requirements.
Transferred courses are not included in the Marian University grade point average calculation.
Students who have earned credit for courses completed at colleges and universities that are not accredited by a regional accrediting organization recognized by CHEA may petition the Office of the Registrar to conduct a transfer evaluation of those credits according to Marian University policy.