Community college transfer rate
Maximize your associate degree credits to save time and money on a bachelor’s degree. The best part? You’ll lock in tuition at our special rate until you earn your degree.
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Savings based on three credits per course. Number of credits per course may vary.
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Whether you’re exploring your options or ready to apply to a program, we have a team of experienced enrollment representatives who can answer your questions. Simply call (844) 937-8679.
Earn an associate degree from a community college and transfer your credits to earn a special tuition rate on a bachelor’s degree at University of Phoenix.
Choose any bachelor’s degree of your choice.
Your prior eligible credits can cover up to 75% of your bachelor’s degree.
Start your degree when you’re ready, with up to 20 opportunities a year.
You’ll get fixed, affordable tuition from start to finish of your program.
Yes. Transfer your associate degree from an institutionally accredited community college to save $144 per three-credit course. We have relationships with community colleges across the country that make transferring credit to University of Phoenix easier for you.
If you have received you associate degree from an institution where we have a 3+1 relationship in place, our 3+1 Transfer Pathway lets you transfer up to 87 credits, the equivalent of three years, toward your bachelor’s degree.
The transfer of credits is at the discretion of the receiving institution. University of Phoenix can perform a pre-evaluation using your unofficial transcripts to give you an idea of how your transfer credits may apply to your selected program. Officially, you need to complete the admissions form, provide information about all schools attended, and sign the transfer request form. When all forms and transcripts are received, you’ll know for sure what transfer credits will apply.
Earned community college credits may be transferable to your next level of learning. Speak with your enrollment representative about specific program requirements. Or use our transfer guides to find out how a specific program from one of our college articulation partners will transfer into a specific University of Phoenix degree program.