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New Curricular Students
All first-time curricular students must complete the following steps to enroll for credit classes at J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College.
Transcripts/Transfer Credit Information
Most students may proceed to Step 4.
The Health Technology programs require high school transcripts.
College transcripts are not required for admission. Transfer applicants should arrange for the submission of official transcripts that document satisfied pre-requisites and program requirements at the 100- or 200- level.
Transfer Credit Information
Advanced standing is defined as the application of awarded credit, earned by means other than instruction at the college. No more than 75% of a degree or certificate may be earned through advanced standing credit.
Credit from other colleges may be considered toward satisfying program requirements, therefore only students who are admitted to a curricular program may receive advanced standing. Students should ensure that all relevant and official documents are forwarded to the Admissions and Record Office for evaluation. Transcripts are considered official if they are in a sealed envelope and carry the seal of the institution. Only courses that are equivalent and relevant to the curriculum in which the student is enrolled will be applied towards credit in the program. Additionally, credit will be awarded only for courses earning a grade of “C” or better of the equivalent.
Official transcripts received four weeks prior to the beginning of the desired semester or term will be evaluated and placed on the Student Information System prior to the final registration period. Transcripts received after that point will be evaluated as time permits and in date priority order. At the completion of the transcript evaluation process, students will receive notice that the evaluation is complete and available to view on the Student Information System. Students may appeal a decision regarding the transferability of a specific course(s). Students must complete the Transfer Evaluation Appeal Form to initiate the appeal process.
Transfer Credit from International Institutions
The college accepts international transcript credit only after the student has an official transcript sent to the college that has been translated into English and evaluated for course-by-course credit by a private evaluation agency. The student has the responsibility to make contact with the evaluation agency, paying necessary fees for the evaluation of the transcript and ensuring that the college receives the official transcript evaluated.
Credit by Examination
Standardized examinations, including the Advanced Placement (AP), College Level Examination Program (CLEP) and the United States Armed Forces Institute (USAFI), and assessments by local examination (ABLE), which may be developed and administered by the college, may be used to award course credit. For more information please contact Central Admissions and Records.
Credit for Training
Credit for previous educational studies or training programs may be awarded, as recommended by the American Council on Education. Credit may be accepted from military schools if this credit is recommended in “A Guide to the Evaluation of Educational Experiences in the Armed Services”. For more information please contact Central Admissions and Records.
Financial Aid / Scholarships
If so, submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
and complete the online JSRCC Scholarship Application. (Print version)
Take Placement Tests
Transfer students may qualify for waivers upon submission of college transcripts.
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