Transfer Course Equivalencies
Update on summer 2022 hybrid lab science courses
As a result of COVID-19 closures and cancellations, the University of Connecticut will be flexible in the award of transfer credit for Fall 2020 – Spring 2022 courses taught in an online format. For Summer 2022 only, UConn will accept laboratory science courses taken in hybrid format (with the laboratory taken in-person.) Beginning with courses taken in Fall 2022, the University of Connecticut will no longer grant credit for laboratory science courses taken online or in a hybrid format. Visit our admissions COVID-19 FAQ for more information.
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions is responsible for transfer credit evaluation. Decisions are based on the best information existing at the time of evaluation; revisions to course equivalencies may occur as new information becomes available. No transfer credit evaluation is official until credits appear on the student's University of Connecticut transcript. You must visit this site often and consult with your academic advisor for final determination as to how transfer credit might apply to your degree program. Remember to refer to guidelines listed on the Transferring Credit page.
Select a Connecticut institution from the list below to begin your search for transferable courses:
Note: All courses from out-of-state institutions as well as courses that are not listed on this site must be evaluated by our staff and faculty.
As a reminder:
- Online courses in laboratory sciences and foreign languages, including those offered in hybrid format, will not transfer;
- Pass/Fail grades will not be considered for credit.