Courses completed at other accredited colleges or universities after a student has enrolled at Seaver College are transferable with the established guidelines.
After initial enrollment at Seaver College, students can transfer at most twelve units from another school. Courses taken at a two-year college are transferable only if the students has earned fewer than sixty-four units, including work at Seaver College
Courses completed at other regionally accredited institutions normally transfer to Seaver College as elective units. Approval must be obtained in advance from the appropriate division chairperson to apply transfer courses to general studies or major requirements. Appropriate courses may be allowed to satisfy requirements, but the units will not be calculated toward the degree requirements.
For students that enter Seaver College prior to Fall 2008, all grades received at other institutions will be calculated in the cumulative ("all cum") grade point average; however, only grades of "C" (2.0) or higher will transfer to satisfy requirements at Seaver College. Students entering Seaver College Fall 2008 or later will receive unit credit, but the grades will not be calculated into the cumulative GPA.
Some extension courses, up to a maximum of fifteen units, are transferable as elective units only. With division chair approval, these course may fill major and general studies requirements. Transferable extension courses are only those which are automatically accepted for degree credit by the institution offering them.
All grades received from other institutions will be calculated in the cumulative grade point average. However, only courses with grades of "C" (2.0) or higher will transfer to satisfy requirements at Seaver College.