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How to Transfer College Credit

Find out how to transfer credit

You’ve put in the time, done the work and gotten the grade. At Franklin, we think that’s worth something: college credit toward your Franklin degree.

As a transfer-friendly school, we help you maximize previously earned credit and make it simple and seamless to transfer previously earned college credit toward an associate, bachelor’s, master’s  or doctoral degree program at Franklin.

Maximize Transfer Credits

More than 90% of students transfer credit from other schools.

1:1 Transfer Support

We’ll work with you to make sure you maximize all possible transfer credits

Finish Faster

Take fewer classes when you transfer credits toward your degree.

Applying Online to Franklin

Before we can accept and evaluate your transfer credit, you must first apply for admission. But don’t worry, completing our admission application is quick, easy and free for undergraduate students. 

Apply Online

Sending Your Transcripts

After you’ve applied to Franklin, request the transcripts from all of your previously attended schools be sent to Franklin for evaluation. The best way to do this is to contact your previous school’s Office of the Registrar or Office of Records and ask specifically for an official, unaltered, sealed transcript to be sent directly to Franklin.

We will evaluate your transcripts for free, however, other institutions (colleges & high schools) may charge a processing fee when you request your transcripts be sent to us.You can expect to pay between $3-$10 per institution.

Assessing Your Transcripts

Upon receipt of all your transcripts, we will assess your credits for transfer eligibility as quickly as possible. You should allow for about 4 weeks to complete this process. Once complete, you will receive an email notifying you that your transcript assessment is complete.

Reviewing Your Credit Evaluation

You can follow the link in your email notification to review your evaluation. If you have any questions or concerns with the results, you can contact your admissions advisor for further explanation.

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