Registration at Other Colleges and Universities
Approved by: Office of the Registrar | Office of Academic Advising
Related Forms, Procedures and References: Academic Calendars | Student Registration Schedules | TES (Transfer Evaluation System) | Transfer Course Pre-approval (located on the Office of the Registrar forms page)
For Questions Contact: Office of the Registrar| 651.690.6531
Registration at Other Colleges and Universities - Transferring Courses to St. Catherine University
Students working toward a degree at St. Catherine University who plan to register for courses at other colleges and universities are advised to consult TES (Transfer Evaluation System) to determine how the course will be evaluated for transfer. Students who plan to register for a course not listed in TES are advised to receive prior approval from the Office of the Registrar in order to transfer the coursework to their St. Kate's academic program. The Request for Transfer Course Pre-approval form is available online from the Office of the Registrar Forms page.
Students must submit a current official transcript written in English to the Office of the Registrar at St. Catherine University from every college or university attended (whether or not credits were earned). Courses eligible for transfer will be added to the St. Catherine University transcript upon receipt of the official transcript.
Students are advised to read the University's residency requirements before considering whether to register for a course at another institution. Residency requirements for the degree (associate or bachelor's), as well as for the major and minor (if applicable) must be adhered to by all students; exceptions are not made.
Transfer Policy for Baccalaureate Degree Programs - Students Enrolling or Re-Enrolling Fall 2021 or Later
A maximum of 16 credits can be transferred to St. Catherine University during or after the student's term of matriculation. Students must receive prior approval for the course to be transferred. Requests for transfer of courses for which the student did not receive prior approved will be denied. The student must submit documentation of the prior approval to the Registrar’s Office (email@example.com) before they start the course. If the credits will apply to the major or minor, the student must receive prior approval from the department chair, program director, or division chair of the department that offers the major or minor. If the credits will not apply to a major or minor, the student must receive prior approval from a professional advisor in the Office of Academic Advising.
NOTE: Students must also meet the residency requirement applicable to their program and degree.