Once you finish your StraighterLine courses, you’ll need to transfer them to an accredited college or university for college credit and continue your studies there as a transfer student. You won’t be alone either: Nearly 60% of all “traditional age” college students (18-24 year olds) in the United States elect to switch schools and transfer their credits before ultimately earning their degrees—and nearly 25% opt to switch schools more than once!
Here’s How You Can Transfer Your Credits:
Because all StraighterLine students need to transfer their credits, we’ve become experts at making the credit-transfer process as easy as possible. The first step is deciding where you'd like to finish your degree—but if you don't even know what degree you'd like to pursue, don't worry. Ourand sections can help you decide.
Transfer to a StraighterLine Partner School
If you are accepted for admission to any of our growing list of partner colleges, ourensures your credits will transfer. Once you've checked MyLine for information on transfer course equivalencies and submitted your Transcript Request Form, we'll send your transcript to the school of your choice. For more information, see for course equivalencies and school-specific transfer policies.*
Transfer to Other Schools
All our courses have been recommended for credit by the American Council on Education’s Credit Recommendation Service, and we'll send your transcript to any of the more than 1,800 colleges and universities with whom they partner. We can also send your transcript to more than 300 other colleges that have accepted StraighterLine courses for credit in the past based on student feedback. If you are planning to attend an ACE or other school, we recommend you check in advance about transferring StraighterLine credits before enrolling.
Transfer Credit at a Later Date
If you change your mind and decide to transfer your credit to a different college later, just let us know. We’ll send your transcript to any institution you specify, whether it’s a partner school, an ACE school, or another college.
*You must have a course grade of 70% or higher and must complete all graded assignments such as quizzes, exams, labs, and essays.