Alaska Bible College generally accepts transfer credits from other accredited schools. Conversely, ABC's credits may be transferred to other accredited schools. However, accreditation in itself is not a guarantee that credits will transfer.
Transfer of Credits to ABC
Credits earned from other accredited schools (minimum grade of “C”) may be transferred to Alaska Bible College and applied toward graduation, providing those credits meet the requirements specified by the certificate or degree programs or are allowed for elective credit. Transfer of credit from non-accredited schools must first be validated by satisfactory performance during the student’s first semester of study.
Credits taken on a semester system will be transferred on a one-to-one basis. For conversion from quarter hours to semester hours, the following formula will be used:
1 quarter hour = 2/3 of a semester hour (e.g., 3 quarter hours = 2 semester hours)
Transfer of Credits from ABC
ABC's accredited status aids the student in the transfer of credit. However, the transfer of credit is always at the discretion of the receiving school, and ABC cannot guarantee that credits earned at ABC are transferable. Transfer of credits earned while attending ABC to another college or university often depends on the compatibility with curricular requirements at the receiving school.
An articulation agreement facilitates the process of transferring credits between two specific schools. Alaska Bible College has active articulation agreements with the following schools, ensuring students that credits earned at these schools will easily transfer to ABC. For specific details, please review the full agreements below:
- Ecola Bible School (Cannon Beach, OR)