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Colleges and universities with a regional accreditation, typically do not accept credits from nationally accredited institutions.

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If you are applying to regionally accredited colleges and universities, they will not accept credits from institutions that are not regionally accredited.


Most colleges and universities do accept transfer credit from other accredited institutions. I wouldn't try it with say, West Point!


TESC will accept most credits...


Typically, regionally accredited colleges and universities do not accept credits from institutions not having a regional accreditation. Everest College does not have a regional accreditation.


You must contact the University of Phoenix Office of the Registrar to inquire about their transfer credit policies and regulations. Typically, national accreditation agency criteria is not at the same standard as regional accreditation agencies. Most colleges that I am familiar with, including the one I am employed at, do not accept credits in transfer from institutions that have a national accreditation.


Typically, regionally accredited colleges and universities will not accept credits from institutions not holding a regional accreditation, and Everest College does not have a regional accreditation.


I can tell you that regionally accredited colleges and universities will not accept coursework taken at institutions that do not have a regional accreditation.I can tell you that regionally accredited colleges and universities will not accept coursework taken at institutions that do not have a regional accreditation.I can tell you that regionally accredited colleges and universities will not accept coursework taken at institutions that do not have a regional accreditation.I can tell you that regionally accredited colleges and universities will not accept coursework taken at institutions that do not have a regional accreditation.I can tell you that regionally accredited colleges and universities will not accept coursework taken at institutions that do not have a regional accreditation.I can tell you that regionally accredited colleges and universities will not accept coursework taken at institutions that do not have a regional accreditation.


If you attended Everest College in Phoenix Arizona, there should not be a problem. The other Everest colleges within the US do not appear to have a regional accreditation. Therefore, other regionally accredited colleges and universities will not accept the credits.


I am looking for a accredited high school diploma program that are accept at community colleges in the state of Mississippi


I just found out the hard way that American Public University/American Military University are NOT Regionally Accredited. They are nationaly accredited. This means they are for profit colleges. Public and Private Universities will NOT accept credits from APU/AMU since they only accept Regional Accreditation.


ITT Tech is nationally accredited, not regionally accredited, which means that it is not on a par with most colleges and universities, which will not accept ITT Tech's credits for the purpose of transfer. ITT Tech is outrageously expensive and not worth the money. Employers will hire people from legitimate colleges before they will hire anyone from ITT Tech. Save your money and your career. Go to a community college and then transfer to a real college or university.


From my experiences I can tell you that although most colleges have admission policies that detail the requirements for credit transfer, most colleges (usually of the fully or partially online private type) are able to use their discretion when evaluating transfer students coming from exclusively nationally accredited universities. Regional accreditation is the prefered type, and those national credits will always haunt you thru ought your education due to the fact that they will continue to be evaluated seperately from other credits, this is no reason to dispair. I would look in to a college that is known to accept a large amount of your national accredited school credits. Here is a partial list: Univ. of Phoenix, Western Governors Univ., Capella, Ashford, Walden, Baker online, Fischer college, Bellevue, Kaplan, Brandman, American Public University. All of these are online though. Upper Iowa University has a campus, as well as, online.


Yes. More than 40 partner regionally accredited colleges guarantee transfer credit from StraighterLine. Upto 1800 colleges say they accept ACE reviewed courses, which StraighterLine has.


Hawaii Community College has a regional accreditation by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Apollo College does not have a regional accreditation. Typically, regionally accredited colleges and universities do not accept credits in transfer from institutions that do not have a regional accreditation. Thus, I believe there would be a problem.


Keller Graduate School is an accredited University and credits received will transfer to another college or university. They also accept transfer credits from other accredited schools of higher education.


You can get any type of degree with your SMART credits. However, institutions are NOT required to accept any of these credits. Most Jr. Colleges or Community Colleges will accept many of them, but large universities are less apt to do so. It is best to start at a small college for your associates where more of your credits will be accpepted; then transfer to a university for your bachelor's. There is a list of military friendly colleges on military.com


Provo College does not have the preferred regional accreditation. Typically, regionally accredited colleges and universities will not accept credits from this institution.


The only reason regionally accredited schools have a better name is because they don't accept transfers from nationally accredited schools. It is thought that education at regionally accredited schools is of a higher standard. However, when it comes to applying for a job, regional or national will not make a difference as long as your school HAS accreditation.


ITT is a nationally accredited school and does not have the preferred regional accreditation. Therefore, the coursework you completed at ITT will most likely not be transferable to Owensboro Community College. Regionally accredited colleges and universities typically do not accept credits from institutions without a regional accreditation. The regional accreditation standards are higher then that of the national accreditation standards.


If the school does not have a regional accreditation, they will most likely not accept the credits.


Typically, regionally accredited colleges and universities do not accept credits from institutions not having a regional accreditation. Sullivan University has a regional accreditation, the National College of Business and Technology does not have a regional accreditation. Thus, most likely the credits will not transfer.


It depends on what course it was you took and what score you made on the AP test.


Unfortunately, no. The only way you can continue your education is if you go to anthem online. Be sure to ask at any college that you would like to attend if their courses are accredited--which means they are also transferable.


Without going into the actually history of the two accrediting agencies, there are a few issues that should concern individuals when choosing between regionally and nationally accredited colleges and universities.For one, the regional accreditation standards are higher than that of the national accreditation agency. Thus, the regional accreditation is preferred by colleges and universities who wish to be recognized as institutions that possess excellence within higher education.Second is the issue of transferability of credits. Nationally accredited institutions typically accept credits from regionally accredited colleges and universities, where regionally accredited colleges and universities will not accept credits from nationally accredited institution. This means if you have a coursework and/or a degree from a nationally accredited institution, it would be like starting all over again should you decide to transfer to a regionally accredited school (which most all recognized colleges and universities are). This should also be a great concern should you plan on pursuing advance degrees (master's, doctorate) at a later date. The degree from a nationally accredited school would not be recognized.Third, employers who are aware of the difference in regional and national accreditations may not recognize your education that was completed at a nationally accredited institution.Personal OpinionWhen choosing a college or university, make sure the institution has a regional accreditation. With a regional accreditation you can be assured the coursework and degree you complete will be recognized by all other colleges and universities as well as employers. Below I have listed the six accrediting agencies and their geographical areas of responsibility. I am disclosing the below so you do not become a victim of educational scams, and institutions that are nothing more than diploma mills, where they are eager to take your money for a degree that is worthless. Make sure the institution is accredited by one of following responsible agencies.Regional Accreditation Agencies· Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools - Educational institutions in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands, as well as schools for American children in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East.· New England Association of Schools and Colleges - Educational institutions in the six New England states (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont).· North Central Association of Colleges and Schools - Educational institutions in Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, New Mexico, South Dakota, Wisconsin, West Virginia, and Wyoming.· Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities - Postsecondary institutions (colleges and universities) in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Washington.· Western Association of Schools and Colleges - Educational institutions in California, Hawaii, Guam, American Samoa, Micronesia, Palau, and Northern Marianas Islands.· Southern Association of Colleges and Schools - Educational institutions in Virginia, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee and Texas.


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