Ncc Transfer Agreements

Core-to-core transfer agreements allow students to transfer with the understanding that once an art associate or science associate, their general education requirements (or essential requirements) are met and successfully transposed to their specific purpose and that these institutions meet essential educational requirements. At least 25% of the credits required to obtain a diploma, certificate or professional diploma must be obtained through an NCC course thesis. The remaining credits can be allocated by transfer or as described in the Advanced Investment Policy. All courses are verified on the basis of an equivalency course, in accordance with Lafayette`s standard rules and procedures. Normally, every 15 hours of transferable credit from NCC corresponds to four course units in Lafayette. Lafayette reserves the right to determine, at its sole discretion, the courses that will be transferred and applied to a Lafayette diploma. Lafayette accepts the credits concluded by NCC, which are included in the attached tables, provided that the “C” rating has been achieved or has been better achieved. The student is informed in writing of the credits accepted by Lafayette at the time of registration. The transfer of certain courses generally depends on the adequacy of the work done to the proposed transfer program. As a general rule, courses that are supplemented by A grade or better receive a transfer credit.

The maximum amount of the transfer credit varies between higher education institutions, but as a general rule, 60 to 70 hours of credit can be transferred to each course work. The final decision on the approval and acceptability of transfer credit hours rests with the host institution. Take your credits with you Pennsylvania has an innovative national transfer system that allows you to transfer up to 30credits of foundation from one participating university or university to another, anywhere in the state. provides you with all the information you need to make full use of this transfer system. There is a course equivalency list that allows the transfer advisor to specifically orient a student on a course basis to ensure that certain courses are properly transferred if a student does not plan or decide to obtain an associate degree. NCC has more than 100 articulation agreements with more than 30 colleges and universities.