Transfer courses from regionally accredited institutions with C- grades or above will be accepted by College of the Ozarks for incoming students provided they are not vocational or developmental. Additionally, credit is accepted from colleges accredited by the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TRACS) and the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE). Transfer courses with grades of D, F, and P will not be accepted.
Transfer Equivalency Guide
Additional information regarding transferring courses may be found in the Transferring Courses section of the College's current catalog. Including: transferring composition courses, School of the Ozarks credit, current students seeking approval to transfer courses, military credit, transfer credit time limitations, and transferring an Associate of Arts degree.
Transfer Credits (non-regionally accredited)
C of O will consider awarding transfer credit for courses completed with a C- or higher grade through a non-regionally accredited college or university provided they are not vocational or developmental. Students seeking transfer credit should have an official transcript showing final grades sent directly to the Registrar's Office following completion of their first semester at C of O. Once the official transcript arrives the student should contact the Registrar's Office to communicate the exact courses he or she would like considered for evaluation. The Registrar's Office may request additional documentation at that time such as course descriptions, syllabi, and instructor credentials.
C of O does award credit for College Level Examination Program (CLEP). Course names, minimum score accepted, credit hours awarded, and institutional course equivalent (if any) are found at the link below:
CLEP Credit Equivalencies
Advanced Placement Credit
C of O does award credit for Advanced Placement (AP). Course names, minimum scores accepted, credit hours awarded, and institutional course equivalent (if any) are found at the link below:
Advanced Placement Credit Equivalencies