Credits earned from previous education at an Institution may be transferred to the permanent record of students registered at Humboldt International University.
A student must request that Institution to forward an official transcript to the Registrar’s Office which will be evaluated by the Academic Dean designee.
Approval will be given for the number of credit hours already completed, based on the equivalency with the course associated with the student’s academic program.
To evaluate credit course transferability, the student must first submit a written request and the supporting documents to support the request. This request should be submitted to the registrar at any time during the week prior to or within the first week of class of the academic term, the student is expected to take the academic course under evaluation.
The student will receive a written notice for the credit(s) allowed and the adjusted tuition and program length within five (5) days.
The University neither guarantees nor implies that other Institutions will accept the credits earned at Humboldt International University. Each Institution has its own policies, which rule the acceptance of credits from other Institutions.
No credits will be granted for academic courses that have received a grade lower than a “C” (70%).
In the event that credits are not accepted, the student has the right to appeal in writing to the Director of the School within one week of denial; he/she will review the transcript and make a final determination within five (5) business days.