Transfer credit evaluations
Transfer credit is awarded for courses successfully completed at a regionally accredited institution or an institution whose accrediting organization is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).
Official transcripts from each institution attended must be submitted to the Office of Admission in order to complete a formal transfer evaluation. Once this process is complete, you'll receive notification of the number of credits that will transfer to Lynn University.
Preliminary evaluations can be performed on unofficial transcripts. A final decision is made once official documents have been received and reviewed.
Transfer evaluation system
To make your transition to Lynn University as easy and seamless as possible, use the Transfer Evaluation System (TES) to locate course descriptions and equivalences from previous institutions.
Transfer credit and GPA
Although credits transfer from other institutions, grades do not. Transfer courses are listed on the transcript with a grade of "T." A student's Lynn grade point average (GPA) is based solely on courses completed at Lynn University.
Undergraduate Student Transfer Policy
Any course that was successfully completed at another institution may be accepted at Lynn University once a transfer credit evaluation is completed and equivalencies are determined. All undergraduate students must complete a total of 30 credits at Lynn in order to receive a Lynn University degree.
Community College Transfer Policy
Lynn will accept all credits earned for students transferring with an associate degree from an accredited 2-year institution, including all Florida public state and community colleges.
Lynn will match all coursework completed at institutions with which there is an articulation agreement. Lynn University has articulation agreements with the following institutions:
- All Florida community colleges
- Landmark College
- Irish American University in Dublin, Ireland
Undergraduate transfer equivalencies
Credits from other institutions can often count toward the required courses from our core curriculum, the Dialogues of Learning. The grid below helps students find Dialogue courses that are equivalent to credit earned at previous institutions.
|Dialogues of Belief and Reason 100, 200 & 300/400 level||Philosophy, religion, ethics, logic, art history or other with dean approval|
|Dialogues of Justice and Civic Life 100, 200 & 300/400 level||Political science, government, state/country/world/ancient history, law or other with dean approval|
|Dialogues of Self & Society 100*, 200* 300/400 level||Humanities, psychology, sociology, writing, womens' studies, geography , literature, anthropology, music/art/dance/film appreciation, culture, English* or other with dean approval
*Must take or have equivalent for English Composition I & II
|Dialogues of Quantitative Reasoning|
|100 level||100-level college math or college algebra|
|200 level||Probability and statistics|
|300 level||Upper level college math, applied qualitative methods, research methods or financial analysis|
|Dialogues of Scientific Literacy|
|100 level||Any 100-level science course|
|200 level||Any 200-level science course|
|300/400 level||Any upper-level course that explores issues of science from a disciplinary or interdisciplinary perspective|