GCU will review courses completed at another community college or university, and credit earned at these institutions may be applied to a degree program offered at GCU based on our transfer policies.
The GCU Transfer Center matches coursework with a number of institutions to minimize duplicate coursework and help you make a smooth transition when transferring colleges to GCU. Below is a list of schools by state with which we currently provide transfer and course equivalency guides.
If you are currently or planning on attending one of these institutions, please work directly with your university counselor, who will guide you into the correct program at GCU.
GCU will still evaluate and award credit for institutions not listed below based on our transfer policies. You can have your unofficial transcript evaluated and, in as few as 24 hours, a university counselor will contact you with an estimated number of credits earned, an anticipated graduation date and preliminary schedule.
Community college students who complete a transfer-oriented associate degree at an accredited or GCU-approved college or university fulfill the university’s general education requirements, with the exception of the University Success, Christian Worldview and required general education course, as defined in the Academic Catalog. Transfer-oriented associate degrees include the following:
- Associate of Arts
- Associate of Science
- Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC)
- California Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC)
Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN) program need to refer to the Baccalaureate Programmatic Admission Requirements section for more information on general education requirements.