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Will My Courses Transfer?

Benedictine University at Mesa is committed to serving the needs of the current and future transfer student.  Click on the transfer equivalency button to see how your college-level course work will likely transfer to Benedictine University Mesa.  Instititutions for which equivalencies have been created are displayed alphabetically.  The Transfer Equivalency (TES) Portal is subject to frequent revision, as we continually add new institutions and course equivalencies. Check back often, and be sure to contact your academic advisor if you have any questions. We add new equivalencies every week.

Disclaimer: This portal provides an unofficial evaluation provided by the Office of Registrar to assist prospective students in choosing their educational paths and is subject to change.  The registrar will make an official determination of transfer credit acceptance after official transcripts for all of your previously completed coursework have been received.  This unofficial evaluation is intended to assist you with admissions decisions.  Failure to submit official transcripts may impact financial aid and registration for future terms.

  • You can create a personalized, printer-friendly list by clicking the "+ add my course list" icon that appears on every equivalency. 
  • If your institution is not listed but is regionally accredited, we will still accept transfer credit from it. For more information, please send an official transcript to  the Office of the Registrar at mesaregistrar@ben.edu

Transfer Equivalency (TES) Portal - I have read and understand the transfer policy.

 

If you submit a transcript for review, you will receive a Summary of Transferable credit report to your MyBenU email.  This process may take 2-12 weeks from the time your official transcript is received.  Use the information from the Summary of Transferable credit to fill out your checklist.  

How to Fill Out Your Checklist

Click here to learn HOW TO FILL OUT A CHECKLIST using your report. 

As part of the evaluation process, a major checklist specific to your declared major is filled out, listing only the transfer credit that applies to requirements listed.

 

For incoming 2020 Transfers Only: Use the links below to access your major specific checklist. 

Accounting PDF WORD

Criminal Justice PDF WORD

Communication Arts w/Sports Management PDF WORD

Communications Arts PDF WORD

Computer Science PDF WORD

Entreprenuership PDF WORD

Fine Arts PDF WORD

Graphic Art & Design PDF WORD

Health Education and Promotion PDF WORD

Health Science PDF WORD

Management and Organizational Behavior PDF WORD

Nutrition and Allied Health PDF WORD

Political Science PDF WORD

Psychology PDF WORD

Sociology PDF WORD

Spanish PDF WORD

Spanish w/Medical Concentration PDF WORD

Theology PDF WORD

Undecided PDF WORD

There may be courses included in the total number of hours accepted that may not appear on your checklist simply because they do not satisfy a specific requirement. These hours will count towards the 120 semester hours required for graduation with a bachelor's degree.

Transfer credit is then posted on your Benedictine University transcript according to the decisions made at the time of evaluation. Once you are registered for courses, you can view your transfer credit and the corresponding equivalencies under the "view my transfer credit report" link on MyBenU.

Benedictine University at Mesa strives to maintain accuracy, consistency and integrity during every transfer credit evaluation, and makes every effort to research the courses completed.

Rules for transferring credit from another institution

  • Approval of Transfer Courses Policy: Freshmen and sophomores need to seek permission from the department to ensure the transfer course will fulfill the intended requirement.  Please fill out the Approval of Transfer Credit Form, get it signed by your advisor and approved by the Registrar’s Office BEFORE registering for any community college classes. 

 

  • Community College Credit Policy:  Juniors and seniors with over 60 hours may not transfer in credit from a community college

 

  • Repetition of Courses Policy: Students may not repeat courses they failed at BenU at a community college. There are no exceptions to this policy.  
  • If you are a current student and want to search for equivalent courses, follow these instructions: HOW TO SEARCH FOR EQUIVALENT COURSES.

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