Campbellsville University may allow your hard-earned college credits from any regionally accredited institution to be transferred. A transfer credit evaluation will determine how credits will be applied toward your degree. For credits from non-regionally accredited schools, the dean and head professor of your chosen program must approve them.
You may transfer up to 72 credit hours from an accredited junior or community college for any of our bachelor’s degrees. The amount of allowable transfer credits for our master’s degrees varies by program. After enrolling to Campbellsville Online, you can transfer an additional three credit hours when approved in advance by the director of student records.
In order to transfer credits, you must be in good standing and eligible to return to your previous school. Also, if your college or university transcript does not show that you graduated high school, you need to submit an official copy of your high school transcript to the Office of Admissions, regardless of how many total credit hours you have already earned.
Campbellsville University will only accept transfer credits for courses in which a D grade or higher was received. These grades will be factored into your GPA. However, you will be required to retake any classes in which the D grades you were received if they were English composition courses, developmental courses, or courses in your majors, minors or areas of concentration. Your GPA will be recalculated once you retake any of the courses.
Additionally, you must complete all of the university’s graduation requirements, which includes completing at least one-third of the course requirements in your majors, minors and areas of concentration through Campbellsville University. Your final 30 credit hours must be completed in residence, and a minimum of 25 percent of the coursework required for graduation must be completed through Campbellsville.
If you are exploring online learning due to COVID-19, our seamless transfer policies work to maximize your credits. Learn how Campbellsville’s online degree programs can help you achieve your goals while staying safe during the pandemic.
|Degree Level||Transferrable Credits|
|Certificates and Endorsements||9 credits|
|Associate Degrees||32 credits|
|Bachelor’s Degrees||72 credits|
|Graduate Degrees||12 credits|
|Master of Social Work||12 credits (Foundations Only)
6 credits (Advanced Standing Only)
Transferring existing college credits to one of Campbellsville University’s online bachelor programs is easy, especially with our Transfer Scholarship that is available to Kentucky Community & Technical College System (KCTCS) graduates. No matter which one of KCTCS’s 70-plus campuses you attended, you can get the Transfer Scholarship.
You can apply any and all of your credits from your KCTCS associate degree to one of our bachelor’s degrees seamlessly to earn your degree in two years or less. Through the $1,500 Transfer Scholarship, you’ll also receive priority admission. The scholarship is distributed at $50 per credit hour for the first 30 consecutive credits for all undergraduate programs. It is available only to students who are seeking a bachelor’s degree.
Why Choose Campbellsville?
We are dedicated to providing a quality education to develop ethical, Christian leaders. By transferring to Campbellsville University, you can:
- Earn the $1,500 Transfer Scholarship
- Seamlessly transfer your hard-earned college credits
- Earn your bachelor’s degree in two years or less
- Learn from faculty who have real-world experience in their respective fields
- Select from a wide range of bachelor’s degrees that cover areas including business, social work, criminal justice and more
- Learn practical applications through a relevant curriculum to help you achieve your career goals
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. We offer a generous transfer policy for our online degree programs. Visit our Transfer Students page for more information.
You can apply to our online degree programs through the online application form. Remember to submit official copies of your high school and/or college transcripts, along with any other required documentation that is specific to your degree program. You can visit the admissions process page to learn more about what to expect throughout the process.
Instead of attending campus, you’ll log into an online learning environment to learn, perform coursework and interact with instructors and peers. It’s the same quality program as you’d receive in person — but delivered to you wherever you are.
We offer six start dates for our online degree programs, with dates in the spring, summer and fall. Take a look at the academic calendar for more information.
KHEAA is the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority. Campbellsville utilizes their services to process verification documents.
No. Your diploma will be the same as it would if you attended Campbellsville University in person.