The Transfer Evaluation System (TES) is a web tool that will help prospective transfer students see what credits from their current institutions will transfer to Manhattan College and help current students view courses that can be transferred in for off-campus credit.
Within a few weeks of your acceptance to Manhattan College, we will notify you of how many credits from your previous college will transfer in. Our credit transfer guidelines are as follows:
Credit will be granted only for specific work when completed at accredited institutions whose quality and course content have been approved by Manhattan College.
Typically, students are not allowed to transfer in more than 50% of the credits required for graduation. You must take at least half of your courses at Manhattan College which will normally take four semesters of full-time study.
“P” grades may be accepted for credit but only if they represent a “C” or better as defined by the regulations of the institution of origin.
Credit for Off-Campus Courses
Once matriculated into a degree-granting program (major) at Manhattan College (College), a student may not take off-campus courses offered by another accredited institution for transfer to the College without prior written approval from the student’s academic advisor and the student’s dean. A maximum of12credits may be taken in off-campus courses after matriculation. Each school may set limitations on what types of courses may or may not be approved for its students that are consistent with the College’s overall requirements.
Credit for courses taken at other institutions by matriculated students of Manhattan College will be recognized under the following conditions:
Required courses in a major or in a minor may not be taken off-campus except in extenuating circumstances and with compelling reasons, and with the approval of the chair of the major or minor program.
Only courses from accredited two- and four-year colleges and from accredited universities will be considered.
Written approval to take courses with departmental or school course numbers is obtained in advance. First, the chair of the department offering the course at Manhattan must approve the off-campus course based on the equivalency or substitutability of the course. Second, the Dean of the student’s school must approve the off-campus course based on the chair’s assessment and other circumstances. On-line courses are acceptable if approved. Approval to take courses without departmental or school course numbers may be approved by the dean.
The required form and transcript are filed with the Registrar and the required fee is paid to the Bursar.
The grade received at the other institution must be equivalent to or higher than the Manhattan College grade of C.
Grades earned at other institutions will not be transferred to the student’s record at Manhattan College.
Study-abroad courses do not count toward the 12-credit maximum.
The required nine (9) credits of Religious Studies courses – RELS 110, a 200-level course in Catholic Studies, and a 300-level course from Global Studies and Contemporary Issues – are at the core of the Lasallian heritage of the College. Generally, these courses will be taken on-campus. These courses are offered in both in-class and online formats by the College. A required RELS course may be taken off-campus if the RELS program does not offer enough openings in the course. Any exceptions will only be permitted foroneof the three-credit RELS courses and as part of the overall 12 credits allowed. Any RELS course taken off-campus to meet the nine credit hour requirement will require review for equivalency or substitutability by the dean of the School of Liberal Arts before approval by the student’s dean.
Each School may adopt additional guidelines to meet specific accreditation or curricular requirements for its programs.