TRANSFERABILITY OF CREDITS
Hondros College of Nursing cannot guarantee the transferability of credits earned at any other institution. Determinations on the transferability of credits are made by the receiving institution.
TRANSFER CREDIT POLICY
Official evaluation of transfer credit will be conducted upon receipt of an official transcript. Official transcripts must be delivered in a sealed envelope or sent electronically through a certified credentialing agency from the original institution. Official transcripts should be received no later than the end of week one (1) of the program for evaluation. Hondros College of Nursing cannot guarantee evaluation of transfer credit for transcripts received later than week one (1) of the program. Transcripts will be evaluated from institutions that are accredited by accrediting bodies recognized by the United States Department of Education. Questions regarding the Transfer Credit policy should be directed to the Office of the Registrar.
GENERAL POLICY - APPLIES TO ALL PROGRAMS
- Transfer credit will be considered for courses with a grade equivalent to a “C-” or better earned. Transfer credit is not awarded for Hondros College of Nursing courses with the “NUR” prefix.
- Transfer credits are transcribed on the Hondros College of Nursing transcript and are counted in the cumulative hours completed, but they are not counted in the credit hours attempted as part of the cumulative grade point average.
- Transfer credits are awarded in whole numbers and will be converted and rounded to the nearest whole number when earned in non-quarter based units.
- Upon a student’s formal request, the College will determine whether any of the student’s military education and/or skills training is substantially equivalent to courses in their program. Students who wish to have their military experience and/or national guard experience and training evaluated for equivalent transfer credit should submit the appropriate documentation, in the form of official transcripts and forms DD 214 (veterans) and DD 295 (active duty military personnel), to the Registrar for formal evaluation. The College may also accept as transfer credit completion of formal military courses as recommended by the American Council on Education (ACE) when verified through official transcripts (Army/ACE registry Transcript System, Community College of the Air Force, Sailor/Marine/ACE Registry Transcript, Registry of Credit Recommendations, or National Registry for Training Programs). In addition, credit may be awarded through review of a student’s certified Department of Defense (DD) Form 214 (Armed Forces of the United States Report of Transfer or Discharge) in conjunction with the ACE Handbook, Evaluation of Educational Experiences in the Armed Forces.
- Transfer credit will be considered for international transcripts evaluated by an organization that is a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) or Association of International Credential Evaluators, Inc. (AICE).
Transfer Credit Policy for Practical Nursing and Associate Degree in Nursing Programs
- Transfer credit will be evaluated for course content and credit hour. Transfer credit considered for BIO 117, Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology, may be a higher content course.
- Credits earned at another institution during the period of enrollment at Hondros College of Nursing will not be considered for transfer credit.
- General Education courses must have been completed within the past 10 years. Science courses, as defined in the program curriculum, must have been completed within the past 5 years. Science courses offered in a series at Hondros College of Nursing must have the complete series transfer in. Transfer credit may be considered outside these time frames if:
a.) The student has earned an associate degree or higher.
b.) The course was part of a series where at least one of the series components falls within the aforementioned timeframe.
- The Associate Degree in Nursing anatomy and physiology series at Hondros College of Nursing is evaluated for anatomy, physiology and microbiology content. A stand-alone microbiology course is often required to receive transfer credit for the series.
- CLEP and other methods to test out of a course are not accepted as transfer credit.