Turn your credits into a career.
Everyone deserves an opportunity to earn their college degree. For some transfer students, the best path is online. At the University of Arizona Online, our Student Success team will help you transfer your credits, stay on your desired degree course, and feel like a Wildcat on day one.
How to Transfer
Contact an Enrollment Counselor
Request more information to speak with an enrollment counselor about your path to degree completion. Our personalized service offers:
- A seamless transfer experience
- Guidance on the best program for you
- An Unofficial Transfer Evaluation
Complete the Application
Go to the online application, create or log in to your UA Future account to start the application. A finished application includes the completed form, payment of the application fee, and official transcripts.
Submit your Transcripts
We require official transcripts from any and all accredited colleges and/or universities that you attended.
5 Ways to Get Credit
1Community College Allegiance Program
To help you reach your goal of earning a bachelor’s degree, the UA has partnered with community colleges across Arizona and California to develop transfer articulation agreements. This means all credits with a grade of C or better from partner colleges are guaranteed to transfer.
2Credit for Previous College Coursework
The more credits you can transfer in, the fewer courses you may need to take. We’ll grant elective or general education credit for coursework taken at a regionally accredited college or university in which you earned a C or better.
As a member of the U.S. military, you’ve gained a wide array of experiences you can apply to your educational career. Read up on Military Credits to learn how your service, training and experience can be articulated into earned credits.
4Arizona General Education Curriculum
Successfully completing the AGEC means all AGEC courses will transfer to the UA. If you complete it with a 2.5 GPA or better, you will be guaranteed admission. Learn more about AGEC.
Completing an associate degree program with full, regional accreditation provides a solid educational foundation, and you should only need an additional 50-60 credits to complete a bachelor's degree in a similar field of study at Arizona Online.