Will My Credit Transfer?
How do I transfer credit?
Transfer credits are initially evaluated and posted by the Office of University Registrar once an application for admission has been completed. Courses from regionally accredited institutions with a C- or better will receive lower level elective credit until your academic advisor reviews the credit.
Credit applicable for one major may not necessarily apply toward another major. The responsibility for determining the manner in which transfer credit is applied toward degree requirements rests with each college.
Current students wishing to complete a transfer course should:
- View the Transfer Articulation Guide or the Transferology Course Replacement tool to see whether the course has been evaluated. If it has not been evaluated, contact your advisor for pre-approval.
- Check with your academic advisor to make sure the course will apply to the degree.
- Send your final transcripts to UNO upon completion of the course.
- Meet with an advisor to make sure transfer credit has been applied to your degree.
Before transfer credit can be evaluated, please complete your application for admission to UNO. Please visit the Transfer Admissions page for the application and further instructions.
Students can view the Transfer Articulation Guide to see whether courses have been previously evaluated.
Students interested in transfering credit are encouraged to create a free account on Transferology®. Institutions like UNO use tools like Transferology to help inform prosepctive transfer students how their earned credit may transfer to UNO.
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The Transfer Articulation Guide shows the UNO equivalent for courses that have been reviewed. Please note that not all courses have been evaluated. Please see UNO's policies and procedures to determine if your credit will transfer.
In addition to the Transfer Articulation Guide, UNO uses Transferology. Transferology is a web-based network that shows how courses you have taken or plan to take transfer to another college or university for credit.