Thank you for your interest in Notre Dame College Online. We are proud to welcome individuals with an aptitude for higher level academic work and the potential to succeed in a dynamic and challenging environment. Learn more about how your previous educational experiences can help you go further in your career.
Notre Dame College Online has a fair and generous policy for transferring academic credit earned within the past 10 years at a regionally accredited college or university. Coursework completed more than 10 years ago through a regionally accredited college or university is evaluated on a course-by-course basis; some may transfer in only as electives but Computer courses older than five years will not transfer.
Notre Dame College Online accepts college credits from regionally accredited institutions of higher learning. Credit is contingent upon the following factors:
- The student must have received a grade of D or higher.
- The course(s) must have been taken above the 100 or 1000 level.
In order to graduate, transfer students will need to complete at least 30 credits at Notre Dame College Online and abide by all other graduation requirements.
Community College Partnerships
Notre Dame College Online is proud to offer partnerships with a number of community colleges in the state of Ohio. Discover more about how we work with these institutions to help you go further.
Alternative Credit Project
Notre Dame College, a founding institution in the American Council on Education (ACE), accepts college credits from online providers in order to keep costs low and provide more flexibility for students to earn degrees.
To transfer credit using ACE:
- Choose courses that are accepted through the Alternative Credit Project at Notre Dame College Online. You can find a list here.
- Complete accepted courses.
- Request transcripts from the ACE website using these instructions.
Transfer Admission Checklist
An undergraduate transfer student is anyone applying to Notre Dame College Online who has earned 12+ college credits after graduating high school or earning a GED, but who has not yet earned a degree.
To begin the transfer process and be considered for admission, you will need to:
- Request information. You can do this by filling out a request form. An enrollment counselor will get in touch with you shortly, ready to answer all your questions.
- Submit your free application.
- Have your official transcripts sent from all current and/or previous institutions attended. Your enrollment counselor can help with this.
- Complete your financial aid. Our FAFSA code is 003085.