Transfer students may have course work earned at accredited institutions evaluated and posted to their University of Saint Francis transcript.
Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) is a process used to earn college credit for learning that has been acquired outside of the traditional classroom.
CLEP provides the learner the opportunity to demonstrate college-level learning by taking nationally standardized examinations that assess the knowledge and skills taught in college-level courses. More than 30 CLEP tests are available and are administered regularly at local sites.
High school students who successfully complete the College Board Advanced Placement examinations for college credit should have their official score reports sent to the University of Saint Francis.
Veterans who qualify under the G.I. Bill of Rights may enroll at the university. Two semester hours of credit in physical education will be granted to veterans honorably discharged after six months of service. Veterans can also submit official copies of military transcripts (e.g. AARTS or College of the Air Force) for evaluation.
The Fort Wayne Higher Education Consortium is a group of seven area institutions: Huntington College, Indiana Institute of Technology, Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne, Ivy Tech State College, Manchester College, and the University of Saint Francis. The Consortium allows University of Saint Francis students to enroll in a regularly offered course during a fall or spring semester at any other Consortium school.
University of Saint Francis engages in articulation agreements with other institutions of higher education to facilitate completion of advanced degree programs. This table indicates a list of academic programs originating at other institutions from which University of Saint Francis accepts credit, and a list of institutions who accept University of Saint Francis students for further study elsewhere.