Thinking of transferring to Marymount College? Please go to our Admission site.
Transfer evaluation is the process of reviewing individual courses from other institutions and determining how credit will be awarded. Marymount College will accept comparable college coursework earned at other regionally accredited colleges and universities. Credit from international universities will be accepted if the institution is recognized by the country’s Ministry of Education. Courses are evaluated for degree credit or for credit toward general education and general transferability once the student has been accepted and paid a commitment deposit. Marymount College evaluates transfer credits within established college policies and guidelines. We strongly encourage you to review the catalog regarding the transferability of coursework and the policies that pertain to it.
It is the responsibility of the student to request from your other institutions attended an official academic transcript and send it to the Office of Admission. You must submit an official transcript from every institution you attended. You cannot pick and choose which institutions you would like evaluated. As a reminder, once received by Marymount College, transcripts from other institutions are not available for release to the student as they are now the property of Marymount College.
Evaluations for undergraduate students are done in the Office of the Registrar.