Regionally Accredited College and Universtiy Courses
Transfer Credits from Regionally Accredited Colleges and Universities
The registrar administers the credit evaluation process for transfer purposes. Generally, college-level course work from regionally accredited institutions of higher education will be considered for transfer toward the St. Catherine University degree. To be accepted, transfer course work must be college level, not vocational-technical, must apply to the University's program requirements, and must carry a grade of C- or better. Credits will be transferred (after conversion to semester credits when necessary) for all approved course work and will be included in the cumulative earned credit hours and cumulative grade point average at St. Catherine University. In order for courses to be counted as equivalent to St. Catherine courses, the equivalency must be approved by the appropriate department chair or program director.
Post Secondary Enrollment Option / Colleges in the Schools
Regionally accredited college and university transfer work may be earned after graduation from high school or while still enrolled in high school via one of two programs (or similar programs in other states):
PSEO (Post Secondary Enrollment Option)
High school students eligible for this program register for and attend courses at a regionally accredited college or university. PSEO credits and grades are documented on the college transcript and submitted to St. Catherine University for transfer review.
CIS (Colleges in the Schools)
High school students eligible for this program attend courses at their high school that are taught in partnership with a regionally accredited college or university. CIS credits and grades are documented on the college transcript and submitted to St. Catherine University for transfer review.