Transfer of Credit Policies | Consumer Information

A student who has attended another accredited college or university and is in good standing there may apply for admission to advanced standing no later than the beginning of the senior year.

One who has attended an accredited two-year college may transfer as many as 68 credits in courses comparable to those offered at Bridgewater College.

Transfer students applying for admission must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.2 or above and be in good standing at the college they are attending.

Credentials collected for admission include all of those that are required for first time entering students as well as a Dean's Reference Form and an official transcript from each institution of higher learning attended since completion of the secondary program. Transcripts will be evaluated by the registrar on a course-by-course basis. Only work comparable to that offered at Bridgewater College in level, nature, and discipline, will be accepted for degree credit. Credit will be awarded only for those courses that a grade of C or above has been earned.