Transfer Credit Tool

This tool will help you see which of your credits will transfer.

For a comprehensive credit evaluation, we encourage you to meet with a St. Thomas transfer counselor. During your appointment, you will be given an unofficial degree evaluation explaining our core and major field requirements and an estimate of how long it might take you to graduate from St. Thomas.

To schedule an appointment with your transfer admissions counselor please call our admissions visit coordinator at (651) 962-6154 or (800) 328-6819, Ext. 2-6154.

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Current St. Thomas students must speak with their academic counselor to learn about the pre-approval process for transfer courses.

Academic Counseling & Support can be reached at (651) 962-6300.

Does the Transfer Credit Tool include all courses that transfer?

The Transfer Credit Tool is not a comprehensive list of courses offered at any one institution. These are simply the courses we’ve seen in the past. To determine the transferability of courses not listed, please contact your transfer admissions counselor.

The Transfer Credit Tool is accurate to the best of our knowledge and ability at the time of publication, but is subject to change.

Does St. Thomas accept online coursework?

Credits received from online classes are evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

I just got accepted to St. Thomas. What Now?

After you are accepted to the University of St. Thomas, an official degree evaluation will be completed by our Registrar’s Office and mailed to you. For a preliminary unofficial evaluation, please contact your personal transfer admissions counselor.

What if I can't find a course I have taken?

You must submit a course syllabus for evaluation.

Syllabi should include the following:

Student’s name                      Number of credits                                         

Professor’s name                    Textbook(s) and other required materials

Institution’s name                  Detailed schedule of the topics covered

Class title                                 Grading guidelines    

 

Syllabi should be emailed to your transfer admissions counselor.

What if I wish to appeal how my credits have been evaluated?

You may submit a petition to have your course reevaluated. 

A course syllabus is required for every petition. 

Syllabi should include the following:

Student’s name                      Number of credits                                         

Professor’s name                    Textbook(s) and other required materials

Institution’s name                  Detailed schedule of the topics covered

Class title                                 Grading guidelines    

 

Syllabi should be emailed to your transfer admissions counselor.