Transferring To Rhodes State

Students transferring from another college must have official transcripts from each college attended sent to the Rhodes State College Office of Transfer for evaluation.

According to The Ohio Articulation and Transfer Policy, transfer students shall be subject to the catalog in force at the time of their admission to the receiving institution and to any revisions that occur after its publication and prior to their enrollment. Once admitted, transfer students shall be subject to the same regulations governing applicability of catalog requirements as native students. Furthermore, transfer students shall be accorded the same class standing and other privileges (e.g., financial aid, housing, registration, parking privileges, etc.) as native students on the basis of the number of credits earned. Exceptions to this regulation may be found in the Ohio Transfer & Articulation Policy, Section III. C located on the Ohio Department of Higher Education's web site, https://www.ohiohighered.org/transfer/policy .

Transfer credit is determined by analysis of course subject content and credit hours. For any coursework completed prior to fall 2005, no course will be transferable if the letter grade is less than “C” or if the course does not apply to the curriculum of Rhodes State College. For coursework completed fall 2005 and after, no course will be transferable if the letter grade is less than “D” or if the course does not apply to the curriculum of Rhodes State College. Coursework in which the grade of “C” or higher was earned will be awarded the transfer grade of “K”. Coursework in which the grade of “C-”, “D+”, or “D” was earned will be awarded the transfer grade of “KX”. Coursework receiving the transfer grade of “KX” will not fulfill any graduation requirement or prerequisite in which the “C Grade Policy” applies. Coursework in which the grade of “D-” was earned will not transfer. Credit hours only will be accepted in transfer (no grades). Quarter hours will be accepted on the basis of 1 quarter hour equals .66 semester hours of credit.

Residential Requirements

In order to earn a degree from Rhodes State College, students seeking an Applied Associate of Science (AAS) or Applied Associate of Business (AAB) degree must successfully complete a minimum of 20 semester hours in Rhodes State College technical courses. These technical courses must be within the technology program for which they intend to earn a degree. Associate of Arts (AA) and Associate of Science (AS) majors must successfully complete a minimum of an applicable 20 semester hours of approved AA/AS courses at Rhodes State College. (For more information on these requirements, see Graduation Requirements on page 228.)

If transferring from an out-of-state college, please also see Ohio Residency Requirements.

Military Students

College credit will be granted to students with military training, experience, or coursework that is recognized by the American Council of Education (ACE) and is applicable to the student’s degree program at Rhodes State College. For consideration of military credits, a student must have their official United States Armed Forces transcript sent to Rhodes State College, Office of Transfer. Credit shall be counted as hours earned only and shall not be considered in determining a student’s grade point average.

  1. College credit will be granted to students with military training, experience, or coursework that is recognized by the American Council on Education (ACE).
  2. All public institutions of higher education in Ohio will use ACE Guide to the Evaluation of Educational Experiences in the Armed Services in evaluating and awarding academic credit for military training, experience, and coursework.
  3. If the course to which the military training, experience, or coursework is equivalent fulfills a general education or major course or degree program requirement at the receiving institution, the credit should count towards graduation and meet a requirement accordingly. Otherwise, appropriate course credit including free elective course credit will be granted.
  4. Each public institution of higher education in Ohio will provide information on awarding of college credit for military training, experience, and coursework, which should include the number of credits awarded and the course equivalents.
  5. Credits earned via military training, experience, and coursework are transferable with public institutions of higher education in Ohio according to the state’s Transfer Module, Transfer Assurance Guides, Career-Technical Credit Transfer, and transfer policy. (See Credit System)