If an applicant has attended another VSC school prior to the 2002 summer term or another college outside the VSC system, Vermont Tech requires official transcripts. These should be sent directly to the Office of Admissions from the college at the time of application.
There is a $50 fee for evaluation of transcripts outside of the VSC. This evaluation is normally completed after the studentís acceptance of the offer of admission and the fee is billed to the studentís account. Early transcript evaluation can be made for applicants who pay the evaluation fee in advance.
Generally, credit for applicable college courses taken may be granted for those courses completed with a grade of C- or better or C for any science course required for PN, ADN, DHY, or RSP; however, the transferred grades will not be computed into a studentís GPA.
Courses taken at an accredited institution on a pass/fail basis may be transferred. Vermont Tech may require the student to obtain a grade equivalent in the course from the institution at which the course was taken.
Examinations may be required to show competence of subject material. Vermont Tech will be the final judge as to what transfer credit it accepts. Transfer credit varies depending upon a number of factors, such as the studentís academic record; the college or university selected; and the program selected.
Credits earned within the VSC are transferable to other colleges or universities only at the discretion of the receiving institution.