St. John Fisher College
Students with Associate's Degrees
The College guarantees acceptance of a minimum of 60 semester hours in transfer to applicants who hold AS, AA, or AAS degrees from fully accredited colleges. Normally, the College does not accept credit for courses with earned grades below "C"; however, in some cases this policy may be waived to ensure that associate degree holders receive the minimum 60 credits. In most cases, these associate degree holders will be able to complete their bachelor's degree in four semesters of full-time study at St. John Fisher College.
Students from Two-Year Colleges Without Associate's Degrees
Students who transfer to the College without an associate's degree will not be able to transfer credit for courses in which grades below "C" are obtained. Regardless of whether the student has an associate's degree or not, the maximum amount of credit that can be applied to a degree from St. John Fisher College from a two-year college, or a combination of two-year colleges, will be 66 semester credit hours or their equivalent. This limit includes courses taken in the summer, in the evening, or through inter-institutional registration before the student has enrolled at the College, as well as courses the student may take at any two-year college before or after enrolling at St. John Fisher.
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