Transfer credit is generally accepted from regionally accredited institutions. A credit evaluation is completed by the Registrar's Office after a student has been accepted to North Georgia. This evaluation is done to determine if a course is equivalent to a North Georgia course.
If you wish to know which courses will transfer from your prior college(s) to North Georgia, please go to the Course Transfer Equivalencies section located on the Admissions Web site under transfer student requirements and select your college from the list. The Transfer Equivalencies site can assist students to determine how credit has been transferred to North Georgia in the past for other students. It is a guide only. The listing or exclusion of certain institutions and/or courses does not reflect the transferability of course credit. Students are responsible for verifying whether the institution in which they are transferring from is regionally accredited. Please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, or Cadet Admissions if a prospective Cadet, with questions.
All official international transcripts must have a foreign course-by-course credential evaluation by an independent evaluation service that is a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services, Inc. (NACES). The evaluation must be sent directly from the agency to the appropriate Admissions office (for new students) or to the Registrar's office (for all other students).
A full list of NACES members are listed online at www.naces.org/members.htm. For your information, the Georgia Professional Standards Commission (PSC) does not recognize evaluations from World Education Services (WES). For more details on agencies accepted by the PSC, review the PSC web site at www.gapsc.com.