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Will the University of Phoenix accept credits from a nationally accredited college?

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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.

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